Helping wise leaders make WISE decisions
“Good judgment comes from experience, and experience comes from bad judgment.”
I’ve been a military leader in war and in peace, a senior business leader in a highly competitive industry and a strategic consultant.
I understand mission criticality and the contribution that high performance brings to achieving success. I know the importance of functional behaviour.
But some of the hardest lessons I've learned have shown me that leaders need the insight to understand the 'what', self-awareness to understand the 'how', a strong moral compass to understand the 'what happens when ...' and wisdom to answer the question 'I know I can but should I?"
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"Leadership that exudes Wisdom amidst uncertainty, opportunity and threat stays attuned to ‘what is’. The nature of ‘who’ the leader is as a person lies at the heart of wisdom.
When the ‘who’ is rooted in values respected by the community, is humble in a world that demands answers and is courageous in the face of darkness, then the leader is possessed of wisdom.
Such a leader is attuned always to the play, the mood of the moment, and keeps their eyes scanning the far horizon."