Higher Standard of Leadership Lessons from the Life of Gandhi
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Description: Nair applies lessons from Gandhi's life to the practical tasks faced by today's business and political leaders, identifying commitments to conscience, openness, service and values, and describing the courage necessary to work and lead by them.
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Copyright year: 1997
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 1/1/1997
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
|Introduction: The Challenge of a Higher Standard|
|A Single Standard of Conduct|
|Develop a Basis for the Single Standard: Commit to Absolute Values|
|Acknowledge the Ideal: Commit to the Journey|
|Develop the Guide That Will Keep You on the Journey: Commit to Training Your Conscience|
|Reduce Forces That Lead You Astray: Commit to Reducing Attachments|
|Be Willing to Stand Scrutiny: Commit to Minimizing Secrecy|
|The Essential Quality: Courage|
|The Spirit of Service|
|Focus on Responsibilities|
|Emphasize Values-Based Service|
|Make a Commitment to Personal Service|
|Understand the Needs of the People You Wish to Serve|
|Reconcile Power With Service|
|Decisions and Actions Bounded by Moral Principles|
|Establish Principles of Governance|
|Create Integrity in the Decision Process|
|Change the Criteria for Decision Making|
|Implement Decisions Within Moral Constraints|
|Conclusion: Taking Up the Challenge|
|A Brief History of Gandhi|