What is Dharmic Leadership?

Dharmic Leadership at Work
In business organisation Dharmic Leadership means the torchbearers as to the ethical practices to be followed by the subordinate. Dharmic leadership involves placing the satisfaction of employees as a key goal and developing company policies and processes around it. It involves creating an opportunity for employees to excel by taking the time to place the best people for the job.
Based on love and a desire to uplift the quality of life for all, such leadership fully empowers individuals. Employees have an opportunity to not merely pursue economic gain, but to also contribute meaningfully from the depths of their being to the organization’s success.
The new generations of leaders are not satisfied with wealth creation alone. The new leader is wealthy, balanced and wise. She is not a slave to technology but masters it to enhance the quality of life. She practices the fundamental formula:
The new leader seeks and promotes balance as a practical weapon to improve the bottom line, enhance material prosperity and increase the speed of innovation over the long haul. Creating an environment that promotes balance will result in more productive, fulfilling, loyal employees.
Our industry has several inspiring examples of leaders (and entrepreneurs) who have created great wealth and opportunity, but we do not have many visible examples of leaders who have done this with balance at a personal and organizational level. This doesn’t mean, however, there can’t or won’t be, soon. Already, there are many such visionaries in some not-yet-visible companies.  For many long-suffering employees, it cannot be soon enough.

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