Cultural Blog Part 9. Leadership


<ul> <li class="question">Compassionate leadership.</li> <p class="answer"> According to the article compassionate leadership is the most effective leadership. Compassion is defined as <em>"a mental state endowed with a sense of concern for the suffering of others and aspiration to see that suffering relieved."</em> And it has cognitive, affective and motivational component. The benefit of compassion is that it creates effective, ambitious and inspiring leaders. </p> <li class="question">Multiplying goodness meditation.</li> <p class="answer"> Compassion can be trained by creating mental habits. The first habit is seeing goodness in self and others, then giving goodness to all, and the last habit is growing confidence in the transformative power of self. </p> <li class="question">Tonglen meditation.</li> <p class="answer"> Tonglen means “giving and receiving”. Purpose of the practice is to receive the suffering and pain of others and give relief, well-being and peace back. </p> <li class="question">How does the SCARF model apply to your Phase 0 experience so far? How will it apply to bootcamp?</li> <p class="answer"> SCARF is the model, which consists of 5 domains: Status, Certainty, Autonomy, Relatedness, and Fairness. Skillful use of SCARF factors can help to achieve desirable outcome from the learning process, mainly by building stable relationship within the cohort, by acknowledging valuable ideas from people and strengthening self-confidence. </p> </ul>

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