We practice virtue to strengthen our character. When we strengthen our character it becomes our first response to external stimuli, not our temperament, which means you have grown into a stronger leader.
How do you think understanding the relationship between character, virtue, and temperament will impact how you lead others?
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Molly Yen, a former English and Theology teacher, now coaches teachers. She's committed to collaborative thinking and action. As a volunteer at the Authentic Leadership Foundation, she's inspired by its mission and values the learning experience.
Darren Smith is a native Texan and a graduate of Dallas Jesuit and Texas A&M University. Over the past 25 years, Darren has visited 35 countries and led 100 strategy programs. He and his wife have five children.