Organizational vitality is when the people of an organization are energetic and have a sense of meaning and purpose in the work they do. One measure of organizational vitality is employee engagement, which is strongly influenced by leadership. It’s tough for employees to be engaged and participatory if the leaders aren’t also engaged and participatory. In order for this kind of leadership to foster, it’s important that leaders access wisdom, or the integration of an individual’s head, heart, and hunch, according to Dr. Gregory Stebbins. Wisdom is at the core of transcendent leadership, which is a state of being, instead of doing. Being a transcendent leader is about being, not doing. This kind of requiring unconditional loving. The word “love” doesn’t seem to go with the business world, but it’s crucial to create employee vitality and a successful company. Stebbins, interviewed by John Golden, explores transcendent leadership and unconditional loving.
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