Part two

Developing the leadership core

Control: The ability to manage or redirectdisruptive impulses and moods, to be able to suspend judgement and tothink before acting.

Control is the second of the six key areas of development for individuals, teams and organisations. Individuals with a high degree of control are able to lead with authenticity, consistency and flexibility, always focused on their desired outcome. Teams that develop a strong sense of control are able to create an environment where optimal outcomes can be achieved through fostering higher levels of trust, conscientiousness and adaptability. Organisations that have a strong leadership core will retain a clear sense of identity, establish conditions and measures for success ...

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