Visionary Leadership Life is complex and changes. Visionary leaders must create a new vision for their people and show them the path to a better way. They must effectively communicate, inspire, and motivate. However, their accomplishments can only be sustained if their people value the vision, develop motivation, and actively contribute with constructive mastery to thrive.
Transformative Leadership Transformative leaders must find ways to help their people learn how to prepare themselves psychologically & cognitively if change is to be sustained. They must create a positive climate encouraging the adoption of a new vision, new roles, and new methods.
What We Do People work, create, and flourish together far better if they know how to use their brains and minds more fully. Veritas Global Development provides the solutions, for we can:
Explain what holds many people back from doing what they need to do;
Show leaders and their people how to apply the latest research findings from neuroscience and psychology;
Help leaders and their teams to harmonize, succeed, sustain success, and thrive;
Build individual improvement and development of the skills and knowledge necessary; and
Assist visionary leaders to inspire and motivate other leaders and people who must ally and work together.
"I want a revolution in world education. All young people need to learn workplace skills, which has been the subject matter of the education system in place for 200 years. In addition, we can now teach the skills of well-being – of how to have more positive emotion, more meaning, better relationships." Psychology Professor Martin Seligman of The University of Pennsylvania, Flourish
"... it is from well-being that men best exert themselves." Aristotle, Eudemian Ethics, Book 2 (revised translation by Jonathan Barnes, Professor at Oxford and the Sorbonne)
"When all your judgments are based on your own wisdom, you tend toward selfishness and fail by straying from the right path... We learn about the sayings and deeds of the men of old in order to entrust ourselves to their wisdom and prevent selfishness. When we throw off our own bias, follow the sayings of the ancients, and confer with other people, matters should go well without mishap." Yamamoto Tsunetomo, Hidden by Leaves (early 18th Century)