Progressive leaders work from the inside out. In facing business challenges, they first look at their own internal capacities and assess where they need to change and develop their own internal qualities.
They see problems as opportunities to develop their own internal development to achieve their own goals and those of others within and outside their progressive organization.
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Progressive leaders consider the well-being of their employees and customers first. By looking after their well-being, they develop purpose and meaning beyond the quarterly income statement.
Progressive leaders have nothing to prove. They are only interested in creating an environment where other people, their employees, and their customers have access to and develop their own inner dreams and potential.
Progressive leaders have a balance. They radiate a sense of trust and strength that comes from resolving with oneself. Satisfied with themselves, they have nothing to prove and therefore become co-workers, teachers, leaders, friends, and mentors to others. They act on the wisdom developed from accessing their own struggles of others in business and in life.
Many people try to keep their work and personal lives separate because they think work is where a person gets a salary for doing things that make sense. They often see work as an obligation.
However, there are others who seek to make an impact by developing exemplary organizations that improve the lives of their workers and the world around them. These organizations are committed to creating deeper meaning through their work