Leadership and Spirituality


Coming back from the Brands workshop on Tuesday evening I got a lift with Sue Howard of Holistic Leadership and as we negotiated our way out and down the M6 we talked about management as a secular paradigm – managing people and processes automatically rather like driving a car. And how that differs from conducting an orchestra where you have a score to follow but you have a performance to organise which simultaneously functions as a whole and draws out the virtuousity of individual players. She calls this spiritual leadership. Not sure myself – though I can see the difference between this and the conventional technocratic approach. This is what she coaches with her colleague David Wetton. Here's the book they wrote on the topic: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Spirit-at-Work-Phenomenon/dp/1902694295 . She asked me some very searching questions about my own role and attitude towards brands which I'm still thinking through.



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