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Principles in Practice

While the principles of conscious leadership manifest in various ways, we find these leaders possess the emotional, mental, and relational capacity to lead in environments of exponential change and complexity. Examples of the Principles in Practice include leaders who:

- Increase capacity for reflection and observation of self

- Connect to the wider system and envision a larger relational reality 

- Build environments of trust and authenticity

- Leverage ambiguity for creative thinking and innovation

- Maintain personal objectivity even in difficult situations

- Learn to listen for guidance

- Balance competing commitments and demands of multiple stakeholders, time horizons, and business drivers

- Thrive on a clear inner purpose and personal vision that inspires others to action

- Remain contextually aware and adaptive to emerging signals and patterns

- Cultivate the conditions for growth and transformation individually and collectively

- Marry financial sustainability with positive social and/or ecological impact