Seven levels of leadership

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Leaders grow and develop by learning to master the Seven Levels of Personal
Consciousness and the Seven levels of Organisational Consciousness.

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  • We have an alternative approach. Our research shows that people's brain preference determines the leadership 'modus operandi' which best suits them, for this reason we do not call them levels but rather, three main types of leadership work together to create transformative leadership. See: http://bit.ly/baAnEb
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    Full spectrum is another way to think about sustainability. Organisations that are conscious at all 7 levels will be and are far more sustainable
    Full spectrum definition. Positive values at every level in the current culture and no limiting values. Also an entropy score of 10% or below
    Many companies are not yet full spectrum but consider themselves to be on a journey to full spectrum
  • Seven levels of leadership

    1. 1. www.valuescentre.com 1 The Seven Styles of Leadership Wisdom/Visionary Mentor/ Partner Integrator/ Inspirer Facilitator/ Influencer Manager/ Organiser Relationship Manager Crisis Director SERVICE TO HUMANITY Long-term perspective. Future generations. Ethics. COLLABORATION WITH CUSTOMERS AND LOCAL COMMUNITY Strategic allicances. Employee fulfilment. Environmental stewardship. DEVELOPMENT OF CORPORATE COMMUNITY Positive, creative corporate culture. Shared vision and values. CONTINUOUS RENEWAL Promotes learning and innovation. Team builder. Empowers others. BEING THE BEST. BEST PRACTICE Productivity, efficiency, quality, systems and processes. Bureaucracy. Complacency. RELATIONSHIPS SUPPORTING CORPORATE NEEDS Good communication between employees, customers and suppliers. Manipulation. Blame. PURSUIT OF PROFIT & SHAREHOLDER VALUE Able to manage adversity. Directive. Willing to take charge. Exploitation. Over-control. Positive Focus/ Excessive Focus

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