Learning Leadership from Martial Arts – III

Posted: June 15, 2014 by Jaro in Uncategorized

Leadership By Virtue

Let me continue this blog miniseries with a leadership methodology.

In one of my previous posts – “The Way” of Leadership I compared two fundamental Chinese philosophiesDaoism and Confucianism, the Yin and Yang of Chinese culture. They are well routed in Chinese everyday life, culture, politics and as well in martial arts of which two Wing chun (blog Wing Chun basics 4 Leadership) and Tai Chi (blog Tai Chi Quan Leadership)  I already explained. These philosophies are used as a background to describe ideas on how to use old martial arts wisdom, explained more in previous blog (Learning Leadership from Martial Arts – II), and are now transformed in a leadership.

  • Control: We said that only when relaxed a person may possess a self-control. A wise leader, for that matter, creates an atmosphere of clarity, of purpose and a sense of unity…

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