The Leadership Integrity Challenge integrates the underlying principles of human motivation. It defines and clarifies integrity, differentiates it from morals and shows its direct and interdependent, interrelationship to emotional maturity. By understanding this relationship and the various levels of emotional maturity (clearly developed and defined) it provides a highly accurate means to assess the maturity and thus responsibility, acutely and chronically, for any individual, group, or organization. It provides the means for leaders, managers, motivators to be more sensitive and aware of varying needs and perceptions of all parties, self and others, and thus adapt one’s communication for optimum positive effect. It is thus an invaluable leadership tool particularly in dealing with the confusions and fears around change.
The principles and processes presented offer means for all of us, leaders and others, to more compassionately observe, objectively assess, and optimize dealing with both unique strengths and weaknesses in ourselves and others. They apply to all human interaction from coaching and therapy to negotiation and sales to management and leadership development. Their applications are cross-cultural, cross-gender, and cross-context. They have been implemented, tested and evaluated internationally, from Beijing to Budapest and consistently found highly effective and bottom-line. Because it deals with the core issues of human nature, The Leadership Integrity Challenge has won numerous awards across disciplines from self-help to education to business to leadership. See www.leading-integrity.com.