This part of the theory is the ability to make important decisions keeping in mind the positive and negative parts of human nature, and effectively deal with life’s unpredictability. Papa Smurf exhibits this with his leadership skills. He does not rely on scare tactics to rule his smurfs, but instead he relies on love, and this makes him a
In other words, reason is not concerned with morality but with speculative truth such as those of mathematics and physics. Morality for him is based on sentiments, natural feeling, natural tendencies and passion. These are what move man to action and they determine the choice of action. Moral approval and disapproval are based not just on rationality but also on sentiments, feelings and emotions. We approve actions to be good because of its natural inclinations and also because it pleases us, and we disapprove actions to be evil because there are no natural inclinations and also because they displease us.
"The 21 Indispensable Qualities of a Leader" by Dr.John Maxwell pulls readers in through challenges that gets them seeing leadership from various lenses.. Dr. Maxwell writes "Great leaders see the need, seize the opportunity, and serve without expecting anything in return," In essence that captures the overall theme of the book. At the heart of leadership is the desire to serve other people. Practical matters such as focusing on results and living disciplined life are included under this umbrella.Leadership qualities are interesting phenomena, which can be replenished to an infinite degree. However, John Maxwell managed to highlight those qualities that are truly crucial toward leadership that will appeal to all categories of followers. This
His personal style is to communicate with people and to be adventures and explore different avenues. Coordinator (CO) – He is a person that knows that roles and responsibilities should take to ensure that his objective of coordinating his task achieved. His personal style of work is to facilitate the task at hand. SHAPER (SH) - His participation is to direct activities to ensure that smooth flow of operations because he has a high standard to achieve his goals, he is aggressively. He wants to succeed and not fail.
“In Aristotelian terms, the good leader must have ethos, pathos and logos. The ethos is his moral character, the source of his ability to persuade. The pathos is his ability to touch feelings to move people emotionally. The logos is his ability to give solid reasons for an action, to move people intellectually,” said Mortimer Adler. Many of the greatest artists use ethical, logical, and emotional appeals to prove their points.
One important thing to understand the authentic meaning of life. If one knows truly himself, it guides the person to have a better judgement and viewpoint on love. However, love is a complicated thing. It needs time and effort to actually prove and know its existence. But having a positive standpoint on it, makes love a special gift and perfect emotion for one self.
He instead demonstrated mercy and kindness towards others and was not scornful, even to sinners (516). Instead, the way he commanded the respect of his flock was through relating to them and accepting even the worst of sinners. By acting this way and teaching his congregation that the integrity of their souls is more important than their outward appearance, the Parson again upholds the values of his estate better than the
Two are duties to ourselves - namely that of cultivating our intellectual talents and preserving ourselves (hence forbidding suicide), and two are duties to others, namely honesty in promises and helping them to achieve their own ends (G 4:29-30). I will discuss the plausibility (and implausibility) of two of these examples. First, to discuss the most plausible of these examples, I will assess our duty toward others to contribute to the fulfillment of their ends. This example encourages that we not only refrain from taking away from other’s happiness but that we actively and positively work to contribute to others’ happiness (G 4:430). I think that this is plausible and effective because, as Kant argued, if this standard was universalized - in other words, if everyone worked to contribute to their own, and to each other’s happiness and wellbeing - we can potentially actualize the virtues of harmonious and respectful coexistence.
The term critical thinking describes the deliberate thinking that helps you to decide on what to believe and how to act. It helps to examine a problem or issue from many angles to arrive at the best possible solution. It is important to be a critical thinker because it enables one to lead a more enriching life through examinations of one 's own beliefs and practices, and those of others. This examination maximizes one 's freedom to make responsible choices with respect to those beliefs and practices. It further enables one to envision paradigms of thinking and action which stimulate continual intellectual, moral, and personal growth.
To inspire, I believe a leader must both create resonance and move people with a compelling vision. My philosophy is that we must embody what we ask of others, and be able to communicate a shared vision in a way that inspires others to act. We should create standards of excellence and then set an example for others to follow because our actions are far more credible than words. We must think more about what is right, than always being right. We should care more about the best idea, than whether or not it is our idea, because when we put others ahead of our own rewards and recognition, this shows our authenticity.