Academic journal article Business Renaissance Quarterly

Comparing the Business Renaissance Executives: Similar Qualities to Contemplate On

Academic journal article Business Renaissance Quarterly

Comparing the Business Renaissance Executives: Similar Qualities to Contemplate On

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Delineated below are some interesting findings from the earlier presented interviews with Richard King, Russ Hanlin, and Gary Hickman, and BRQ's observations of these executives:

1. They believe that you can do good (to stakeholders) while doing well (in leading the organization).

2. They exert their decisions and their executive behavior in a dimension that reviews more than the bottom line, but considers enhancing the quality of life as a whole. They believe that, by doing that, the financial rewards will come automatically.

3. They are more focused on developing relationships and facilitating people than merely producing a quantifiable product or service: They consider themselves servant leaders when it comes to the people aspect.

4. They understand that motivating employees does not only make these employees feel better about themselves, but also elevates their willpower toward enhanced productivity.

5. They understand the importance of family and try to allow their employees every opportunity to sustain a balance between the workplace and their personal lives.

6. They believe in the power of integrity as a source of community enhancement in their workplace.

7. They are passionate about their work: they love what they do. Therefore, they put their hearts into it, and exude this contagious attitude toward their co-workers. …

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