To be successful, the leader of an organization needs a passionate interest in the people

To be successful, the leader of an organization needs a passionate interest in the people

 

To be successful, the leader of an organization needs a passionate interest in the people

The leader needs a passionate interest in the business success of the organization, like any leader, and she needs, first, a passionate interest in supporting people’s unfolding, along with a recognition that this is not a secondary goal, but rather is inextricably tied to the goal of business success, and, second, she herself needs to be a full participant in the program. (An Everyone Culture: Becoming a deliberately developmental organization)

A Radical New Model for Unleashing Your Company’s Potential. A Deliberately Developmental Organization (DDO) is organized around the simple but radical conviction that organizations will best prosper when they are more deeply aligned with people’s strongest motive, which is to grow. (HBR)

Reality check: Where lies your first passion – to make your business grow, or to make your people grow?