On the journey to ethical leadership, we all struggle.
We struggle to make ethical choices when there are multiple stakeholders to consider.
We struggle to balance competing interests, high expectations, information overload and overbooked schedules.
We struggle to be at our best in difficult circumstances.
This struggle is often seen as negative – something that pulls us down and keeps us from succeeding. But what if we looked at it another way? Isn’t the struggle, this personal growth journey, this quest to achieve when the odds are against us, the same thing that enables our success?
If we see the struggle as a brick wall that we can’t get past, though, it stops us. Rejected 10 times? It’s not going to work out. Group experiencing chaos during a big change? We must be failing as a leader.
If we see the struggle as a natural part of…
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