Leading With The HAT Principle
By Kye Harris
The world around us is changing at a rapid pace, and now, more than ever, people are seeking leaders who operate from higher principles — principles that extend far beyond self-promotion or purely individualistic motives. They are demanding leaders who exude humility, authenticity, and truth (i.e., the “HAT principle”). Characteristics that, without exception, are part of any great human and, equally, any great leader. These are the types of leadership characteristics exhibited by Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi, and Mother Teresa, who didn’t serve their egos, but instead humbly and tirelessly dedicated their time and energies toward serving others and causes external to themselves.
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