In my previous two posts, I talked about the problems of head-centred leadership and the benefits of heart-centred leadership that incorporates the positive qualities of the three main centres: head, heart and belly.
However, it’s one thing to talk about those qualities and ideas, and a very different thing to understand how you can use those qualities in practical ways in your job, relationship and day-to-day activities. That’s what I’ll explore with you in this post.
As I discussed in the last post, I have observed over the past decade a real shift in leadership values. Many businesses and institutions around the world are making a transition from a headcentred leadership model to one of heart-centred leadership.
n head-centred leadership, vertical hierarchies are dominant, meaning there is a top-down order of power and decision making.