The New Leadership Is A Sacred Calling
You can greatly improve your job and career performance when you embrace leadership as a sacred calling.
The global market place is bringing tremendous changes in human’s status as much as those originated by the industrial revolution. But one considerable change that observers are overlooking involves leadership.
If we moved through the industrial revolution, we came to know that; order-giving has been the standard of leadership. The word “order” comes from the Latin root meaning to arrange threads in a woof. In the Industrial Revolution’s early years, workers were “ordered” or ranked like threads in a woof of textile production lines.
But with the changing situation, instead of passing order from A to B, the new leadership has people want to go from A to B.
This simple difference demonstrates the tremendous leadership opportunity. Evidently, people who “want to” are more competitive than people who are simply responding to orders, given their skills are commensurate. Leadership became a scared activity when your arousing want-to in others can b attained more effectively.
Sacred is generally defined as being enthusiastic or dedicated to a deity or some religious purpose. But with the emersion of the new global market place has required a new definition for the sacred. The word sacred is not just associated to any meticulous denominational religion. If it were, then it could not be applied universally throughout the global market’s interchange of many languages, cultures, and religions. Instead, the sacred facet of leadership is based on the