Leadership is not just managing relations with other people. Leadership is personal growth, which is achieved by means of virtues.

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Virtue is acquired through practice. Practice produces habits. Habits become tendencies. Tendencies become a way of life.

The essence of Virtuous Leadership

Leadership is not just leading, in the sense of power and managing other people. Leadership is above all a sound relationship with one’s self, personal growth. And that comes from virtues.

A person’s temperament is hard to change, but one’s character can be refined. The key is virtues – powers of the mind, will and heart that strengthen your character and balance your personality. Virtues enable a person to counteract the weaknesses in their temperament and maximally develop their strengths

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The power of Virtuous Leadership

Leadership is excellence, which has both a technical and a human component. Virtuous Leadership helps you achieve excellence by means of the human element, without neglecting the technical side. Excellence comes from the ability to act well, in a truly human way, and to do so habitually. Such good habits, in other words virtues, are acquired through practice:

Virtue is acquired through practice – practice produces habits – habits become tendencies – tendencies become a way of life.

Leadership is character.

Benefits of Virtuous Leadership training

Virtuous Leadership lays the foundations for lasting authority. Like excellence, authority is based on both technical expertise and a charismatic personality. It’s built on a grasp of the human virtues.

Virtuous Leadership puts the meaning of work and motivation in the right perspective. They arise from a desire to achieve high goals and produce results, and from the need to be of service.

Benefits of Virtuous Leadership

  • Healthy self-confidence
  • Creative stress management
  • Better concentration
  • Interpersonal skills
  • More meaning in one’s work
  • Strong job motivation
  • Mastery of one’s emotions
  • A problem-centred (not self-centred) approach
  • A strong work ethic

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