in life are often helping others succeed.
– John Maxwel
have a negative
impact on the
stated they are
see their boss
fired than receive
a pay raise!²
¹Source: The Deloitte Global Millennial Survey 2020 ²Źródło: Potential Project ³Source: 2020 Global Culture Report O.C. Tanner Institute entrepreneur.com/article/345538
Inspired by the Pope's speech, Gary Hamel, one of the leading authorities in the field of leadership, published in Harvard Business Review 15 Principles of Leadership acc. To Pope Francis https://hbr.org/2015/04/the-15-diseases-of-leadership-according-to-pope-francis), emphasizing that although these words were spoken among the staff of the Vatican Curia, they can be an excellent signpost for anyone, regardless of religion, nationality, age or profession. The Pope pointed out 15 problems that leaders and institutions are grappling with today. Among them were: arrogance, intolerance, myopia and pettiness.
Principle 1: Don’t think that you’re immortal or indispensable
Principle 2: Don’t overwork
Principle 3: Never lose sensitivity
Principle 4: Be spontaneous
Principle 5: Take care of fellowship
Principle 6: Remember those who helped you
Principle 7: Value others higher than yourself
Principle 8: Don’t lose touch with reality
Principle 9: Don’t gossip, don’t complain, don’t bite
Principle 10: Don’t idolise your superiors
Principle 11: Don’t be indifferent to others
Principle 12: Smile!
Principle 13: Money is not the most important thing
Principle 14: Don’t lock yourselves in groups
Principle 15: Don’t promote yourself at all costs
The unique value of the program lies in the integration of an international community of leaders within a functional mobile application
According to a report by Deloitte the “Millennials” generation recognize leadership as the most important competence in today's business world. At the same time, the study speaks of errors of corporations and companies: lack of community, creativity, trust, justice, sense of a deeper meaning.
It is directed at young leaders (20-29 y.o.) for whom values are important. Also mature leaders can join the program to become mentors for the young leaders.
CTN Foundation (ctn.org.pl/en). Our mission is to shape leaders, especially young people from all over the world, who will use their activities wisely for the common good. Since 2002, distinguished statesmen, diplomats, people of culture, philosophers, and businessmen have been on the Foundation's board and helped it set the right direction. A partner of the program is also the Pontifial Council for Culture, Vatican’s Ministry of Culture, http://www.cultura.va.
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