The management theory of Stephen Covey explores the concept of principled-centered leadership and the development of intrinsic core values based on abundance mentality traditionally deemed secondary in the business world. The abundance mindset is a business concept in which a person believes there are enough resources and success to share with others. The key terms associated with Covey’s inside-out philosophy teaches a proactive leader that thinks "win-win" and creates productive employees who enjoy a higher level of job satisfaction. Leaders who operate within a service-oriented management style encourage the growth of optimistic subordinates working to achieve more than just external rewards.
April 7, 2010 — Posted By D. L. Patrick
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