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By Theo Veldsman -  Work Psychologist, Former Professor in Work Psychology at University of Johannesburg Travel Guide for Leadership Excellence in the newly emerging order STOP-OVER 17 LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE – A MULTI-DIMENSIONAL, SYSTEMIC, MULTI-STAKEHOLDER APPROACH At a glance Leadership is the mindful, conscious

By Theo Veldsman -  Work Psychologist, Former Professor in Work Psychology at University of Johannesburg Travel Guide for Leadership Excellence in the newly emerging order At a glance In recent years the organisational context has transformed from being

By Prof Theo Veldsman -  STOP-OVER 14: LEADERSHIP CULTURE AND CLIMATE – THE GLUE OF AND ATMOSPHERE WITHIN A LEADERSHIP GALAXY Within the vast expanse of the Leadership Universe, leadership constitutes their own unique ‘Galaxy’ that equates to

By Theo Veldsman - STOP-OVER 12: LEADERSHIP UNIVERSE – CONTEXTUAL LEADERSHIP ROLES   At a glance As go-between between Sphere 3: World and her followers, leadership acts as a connecting ‘bridge’ between followers and the Context by fulfilling six

By Theo Veldsman -  TOP-OVER 11: LEADERSHIP UNIVERSE – CONSTRUCTIVELY ENGAGING WITH THE WORLD  At a glance From previous Stop-overs in the Leadership Universe we have learnt the criticality of understanding and accepting Myself as leader (Sphere 1:

By Professor Theo Veldsman -  Travel Guide for Leadership Excellence in the newly emerging order STOP-OVER 10: LEADERSHIP UNIVERSE – ENACTING RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS At a glance The Other Sphere forms the middle sphere of the Leadership Universe. This

By Theo Veldsman -  We have learnt already from in our travels through the Leadership Universe that it is made up of three reciprocally interdependent, influencing and integrated Relational Spheres: Leader(ship) in relationship to Self (Sphere

By Theo Veldsman -  At a glance The question of leadership excellence within the Leadership Universe is simultaneously the question about ethical (or good) leadership. Why? Because leadership determines the ethical acceptable ‘why’, ‘what’, ‘how’ and ‘whereto’