While the world tries to fight against evil through government, legislated laws, armies and policing, there’s another power that threads humanity together.
Who do you want having your back, a manager that has to do a job or a leader that is motivated by unconditional love?
Even in nature, a mother’s love for her children is the closest expression of unconditional love.
In our struggle for significance, meaning and survival, human beings justify all sorts of actions until they experience unconditional love.
Perhaps it’s that moment of being accepted by another human being without having to prove ourselves.
Perhaps it’s as simple as the family pet that just is and always will be that gives us a glimpse of unconditional love
Wether it’s friendship, family or the family pet, they are mere windows of perpetual unconditional love.
The new world of leadership is embracing emotional intelligence as the catalyst of motivation.
There is a connection with emotional intelligence & unconditional love and why the new breed of leaders must embrace this or become redundant
These leaders are the new elders, priests, guides, psychologists of society
1. Friends fade away until new ones come
2. Family can be disappointing from time to time
3. Pets die and they can’t be replaced
Emotionally Intelligent Leaders bring harmony to the community
- They will generate energy in their team rather than fear
- They will generate creativity in the community
- They will be able to separate those that exploit from those that are being exploited
- Their end game is always the wellbeing of others
- They prove that more profitability and harmony can come from the same tree
It wasn’t till my mid forties when I was completely dry, lost and felt alone that I revisited this well of emotional intelligence that filled me up as a teenager when life was simpler.
Being in control is an illusion, being completely filled with love is an experience that can’t be denied.
A new breed of leadership exemplifies emotional intelligence or unconditional love through no other means but sacrifice.
You will recognise them at a distance, they’re the ones people come to for hope, direction and belonging.