Moreover, it means freethinking, which comes from innovative learning (Warren, 2009).
In chapter five of the book, Warren describes aspects of the lives of successful individuals and their corresponding strives to attaining success. The individual has to learn that wherever nature decides to take control then one should be willing to venture if they want to learn anything. The theory of leadership is illuminated through a deeper aspect of moral courage. Moral courage is identified as the readiness and willingness to bear with danger for the sake of an individual’s principles, which a basic within the current universe. Moreover, Warren encourages people to be constantly on the move.
Chapter six mainly focuses on the possibility of making individuals do as they wish at free will. The perceptions of the leaders make it possible for them to act and behave responsible to their employees and their organizations. Moreover, the knowledge of the leaders influences their behaviors and ultimately employees of various organizations. Through reflection of the past events, leaders can get to find new means of executing duties thus learning new things that might enable them to develop. Both the managers and the employees mainly institute organization
In the Transparency: How Leaders Create a Culture of Candor, the authors bring in the concept of transparency in different organizations that exist in the world. Therefore, it is fundamental to maintaining the steady flow of information among all working personnel in organizations in order to reduce problems that exist. Steady flow is the main source of personal and organizational growth (Warren, Goleman & O’Toole, 2008). Conversely, Rushworth Kidder stipulates that leaders require braving to act and behave ethically. Brave act and ethical behavior are the actual definitions of moral courage, which is fundamental to personal and organizational growth (Rushworth, 2005).
Through consideration of the ...Show more