The Progress Principle: Breakthrough Leadership Ideas

Tending Your Own Inner Work Life

  • As a leader, you need to tend to your own inner work life. The best way to do this it to provide your people with the catalysts and the nourishers they need to make progress every day and buffer them from inhibitors and toxins as much as possible. Most contemporary work is impossible without strong support. You should make providing such support your personal mission in order to improve the inner work life of your workers and yourself. The participants in the study found the act of writing their daily journal at the end of each day helped them gain insight. Amabile and Kramer provide guidelines (p. 189) for daily journaling.
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2 Responses to “The Progress Principle: Breakthrough Leadership Ideas”

  1. Jurgen Wolff says:

    Oops, your headline says Principal (at first I thought the book was going to be about school principals who are progressive) but it should say principle.

  2. Asking questions aare actually nice thing if you are not understanding anything entirely, however this piece of writing gives
    fastidious understanding even.

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