The ancient Chinese teach the most profound leadership wisdom. Wisdom is not just about intelligence or cleverness. Wisdom is an integration of intelligence with experience and an integration of science and philosophy. Wisdom comes from living, from making mistakes from listening to others and learning from others.
This concept of “leadership by wisdom” is highly relevant in today's leadership study and development. The Wisdom of a leader should embrace the virtues of benevolence and morality with deep insights and creativity in perspective. It is insufficient for a leader to be knowledgeable or intelligent yet far from wise. In today's context, many leaders at organizational, national and international levels are grossly lacking in wisdom to lead others. Wisdom is still a deficit in many of our world leaders today.
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