Organizational Behavior - Humility is the Antidote to Hubris.pdf - Humility is the Antidote to Hubris Tommy Baudry Kouzes and Posner do mention that

Organizational Behavior - Humility is the Antidote to Hubris.pdf

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Humility is the Antidote to HubrisKouzes and Posner do mention that their advices and Five Practices of ExemplaryLeadership are not a secret method that will enable anyone to become an incredible,successful leader. Instead, they warn the readers that failure is well more likely. Indeed,they are giving the readers theoretical concepts and advices that can considerably helpbut cannot be blindly used in any situation, not all the variables of a specificenvironment can always be controlled as well in real life than in the examples given bythe authors. Failure must be accepted. Failure must be embraced! K & P also recall thereaders that they must stay human and remember that Humility is the antidote forhubris.DEFINITION OF HUBRISFor those of you who don’t know what the Hubris is, hubris is a term coming from theancient Greek. For the Greeks, the Hubris represents everything that the Gods considerin the mankind as excessive, immoderate, pride, etc. The Greeks were opposingmoderation and restraint to Hubris. The notion of sin wasn’t a thing for the Greeks as it

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