Leadership and the world

When we look at the world in all its complex beauty and challenge, two themes seem to us increasingly significant. People’s extraordinary potential when they have the courage to face the reality of their situations and relationships and the role of Leaders in unleashing that potential.

These concepts are core to inspirational Leadership. Deepening understanding of reality deepens appreciation of the mystery of the world. Deepening understanding gives insight into creativity and inspires full human potential. Inspiration calls people to be all that they can be, showing them that they are capable of much, much more than they may think.

We will need all our creative potential to overcome the extraordinary challenges we face as individuals and as societies coexisting on an increasingly fragile planet. We need inspirational leaders capable of evolving the models which power our economies for the good of everyone and for the good of everything.

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Deirdre Quiery

"Ideas" Director at Seven Rocks Consulting

Martin Quiery

"Let's do it" Director at Seven Rocks Consulting
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When we look at Leadership challenges quite often we are confronted with the challenge of “time” – not having enough time to do what needs to be done – not having time to delegate, to coach, to be with the team. We can also struggle with how best to spend the time we have in…

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When we listen to a choir singing in harmony it typically creates in us a sense of wonder, of peace and of joy. If we join in and sing, we have to listen carefully to everyone else and to ensure that our voice does not dominate, nor does it bring discord. There is an appreciation that…

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The root of the word “inspire” means to breathe spirit into. What has “Spirit” to do with leadership? Everything. Spirit is about movement, about change, about transformation. That is what Leadership is about. Plato believed that there needed to be a yearning in the student’s heart for truth. It was a fire and the student…

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At the Mindfulness at work Conference in Cranfield University in September, Alexander Mackenzie facilitated an interesting workshop on the power of storytelling and its links with Mindfulness and Presence. Leaders can build skills in storytelling to inform, engage and inspire others. The power of the story is much deeper than rational facts and figures. We…

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In Dr Shanida Nataraja’s book “The Blissful Brain” there is interesting research into how meditation takes one to deep states of relaxation. These states with continued concentration decrease activity in the parietal cortex and allow the sense of time, space and self to be dissolved. We are therefore capable of transcending the sense of “ego”…

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Have a look at this  interesting article of Daniel Goleman. http://www.danielgoleman.info/daniel-goleman-what-are-the-habits-of-a-systems-thinker/    

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