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Not the standard title for a brief message regarding leadership and spirituality in the workplace, however, “Tradition” needs to have a place in your leadership. Tradition may be defined in many ways--some that include the passing down of elements of a culture, as well as a set of customs as a coherent body of precedents influencing the present/future.
Do you have Leadership Traditions? Do you practice them regularly; would your coworkers recognize them as Leadership Traditions? Some standard examples of Leadership Traditions include annual parties, Employee of the Year, quarterly/annual meetings, and employee of the month. Other examples can include a new employee mentoring program, breakfast with the Manager, annual book study for staff, and even an Annual Leadership Development class offered to all interested employees.
At this time of year we celebrate many important traditions with family and in our Spiritual lives, most of which we look forward to each year. Collectively establish your Leadership Traditions to inspire, remind, ground, and provide clarity for those important elements of your core to be fully present all days of the week.
Bob Weinhold hosts Inspired Leadership in 30 phone call
Wednesday, Nov. 26, 7:30 a.m.
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