Bronnie Ware is an Australian palliative care nurse who provides specialised medical care for people who are in the last 12 weeks of their lives. Whilst working with dying people, Bonnie recorded the dying thoughts of her patient on her blog Inspiration and Chai, which got so much attention that she wrote a book “The Top Five Regrets of the Dying”.
Leading in a fast paced world demands you find ways to adapt more quickly to change. The old systems of command and control don’t work anymore, it hasn’t worked well for many decades now. What’s the alternative?
Effective leadership demands a clear leadership philosophy. Why? Well, because your leadership philosophy is what determines how you respond to people and situations. Your leadership philosophy affects your behaviour and your leadership effectiveness. What exactly is a leadership philosophy?