Humanism is a philosophy that centers on acknowledging the dignity of your fellow humans. It is a recognition that our behavior impacts others. We don’t live in a vacuum.
When we are in a leadership position, we have even more responsibility to do good, not just for ourselves, but for our team as well. Humanistic management or leadership is a philosophical approach that is at once: Compassionate, ethical, responsible, reasonable, and strategic. To be an effective, ethical leader requires a variety of different interrelated skills.
This book will provide a grounding in the humanist philosophy and information on how to apply it to various aspects of leadership, from how to think strategically, to how to more effectively manage and lead people.
This book covers these topics:
- How to create happier, more effective workplaces using science and humanistic philosophy
- Principles of humanistic leadership
- 7 sins of staff management
- Being professional
This is the companion book to the online course: Principles of Humanistic Leadership.