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sábado, diciembre 03, 2005

"The leader teaches more through being than through doing. The quality of one's silence conveys more than long speeches.

Be still. Follow your inner wisdom."
(p.45)


Heider, J. (1985) The Tao of Leadership: Leadership Strategies for a New Age. Bantam:NY.

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This reminds me of what i learned at the Sathya Sai Education in Human Values Seminar, which advocated pretty much the same thing. Can't find the original to quote, but anyway. japanese say that children learn by watching the back of their parents, in other words they learn by mimicking what the parents actually do, not what they preach. ...Big responsiblity! Let us breathe. 'Spontaneous sympathy and regard for all beings should flow from the heart of one who is properly educated' words of Sathya Sai Baba in Burrows(1991:iv) 'Sathya Sai Education in Human Values Lesson Plans', Sathya Sai Foundation of Thailand
 
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