Organizations often approach team leadership training by doing some ropes course or adventure activity and hoping everyone magically becomes a team player and a great leader.
The missing component is making sure that each individual is healthy and balanced on his or her own so they’re ready to lead. If you’re trying to create a globally healthy, well-functioning organization, it’s important to look at the health and stability of the people at the top before working your way down.
I’ve worked with a lot of private companies and non-profit organizations and they generally function much more effectively when their leaders are emotionally healthy, happy, and ready to inspire instead of behaving like control freaks because of some unresolved issue they harbor inside.
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