Monday, 18 June 2018

Law of the Farm Leadership aka fully human leadership

I'm currently presenting and hosting a series of master-classes as I complete the writing of this final book in a trilogy.

Learn more about the master-classes held in Ballarat on the fourth Wednesday of every month.

Each master-class is standalone and is on one of the 12 fundamentals of law of the farm leadership aka fully human leadership.

The 12 are pictured at the bottom of this post along with a link to the pulse check where you can assess where you're at and where you can move to in each of the 12 as well as the 5 foundations and 5 faces.

This post is the prologue of the book.


Every challenge you’re facing right now in your workplace has human origins. So does every solution.

This book contains key characteristics of the solution for you to apply in your own best way.

The solution overall I call Law of the Farm Leadership aka fully human leadership.

The law is tailor-made for success in today's world that is dominated by disruption, distraction and data challenges.

Following this law in your own best way is about who you are and what you do when things don't go according to plan, as much as when everything comes together.

I first learned this law as a teenager as I explain in the Grandpa's Story video.

I learned from my Grandfather that relationships with people committed to following proven processes should be cultivated and that relationships with people focused only on outcomes should be avoided.

Central to living Law of the Farm Leadership is the concept of the five faces of a fully alive human being that I first explored in my Changing What’s Normal book, the first in the trilogy.

Below is a refresher:
Law of the Farm Leadership focuses on:

Self-leadership i.e. consistently being the best version of your one-of-a-kind self.

Performance Leadership (leading for others) i.e. inspiring, reminding and sometimes persuading other people to consistently be the best version of their one-of-a-kind self.

Change Leadership (leading for leaders) i.e. being a role model in self-leadership and performance leadership, and being a mentor in helping leaders to be role models and mentors themselves in their own best way.

Be remarkable.

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