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As is so often the case at the Apple store, I found myself working with people from several generations. They seemed to be collaborating with relative harmony and purpose to ensure my data wasn’t lost forever, they seemed for the most part happy, and they seemed engaged in their jobs – from the store concierge (no, not a greeter, and not a Baby Boomer either) to the flight deck controller at the Genius Bar, to the Genius. Many leaders and HR pros are struggling to find a way to make multi-generational workforces mesh and be productive. A System Thinking Model of Leadership Innovation - Innovate Vancouver. I was recently watching a You Tube video of a world renowned expert on the topic of leadership.
The story started with their experience in the military and how this contributed to their sense of humility towards the concept of authority and the qualities of leadership. As I listened more closely to the speaker I reflected on my experience & training in leadership coming to the realization what I was hearing was actually about a Spiritual Psychology of Leadership. Throughout this videotaped discussion the tone, imagery, and pace of the conversation established the viewer’s impressions regarding the intensity of the experiences described, the clarity of the vision and values highlighted, and the humility and integrity of the speaker.