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What is a Sustainable Leader?

Sustainability: the capacity to endure; to conserve resources; built to last.

What is a Sustainable Leader™?

teamwork_lift_earth_pc_800_clr_2960A Sustainable Leader is one who is built from the inside out, and the outside in, connected to the team by being an authentic, leader who genuinely cares about others.

A Sustainable Leader is resilient and an agile learner, built to last through uncertain and rapidly changing economic conditions.

A Sustainable Leader intentionally develops the potential in others, so they too can develop into exceptional leaders who can carry through the company’s mission and vision.

“In today’s fast-paced, high-demand and global business environment, being a Sustainable Leader™ who can stay focused, think creatively, easily manage stress and emotions, communicate effectively and set the standard in their organization will make the difference between a healthy, thriving and resilient company and an ineffective or worse, a non-existent one.” – Christina Haxton, CEO & Founder, Sustainable Leadership, Inc.

What steps does your company take to ensure it’s leaders and managers are Sustainable Leaders?

 

What are the characteristics and benefits of becoming a Sustainable Leader?

Sustainability: the capacity to endure; to conserve resources; built to last.

In today’s fast-paced, high-demand and global business environment, being a sustainable leader who can stay focused, think creatively, easily manage stress and emotions, communicate effectively and set the standard in their organization will make the difference between a healthy, thriving and resilient company and an ineffective or non-existent company. Christina Haxton, CEO & Founder, Sustainable Leadership, Inc.

What are the qualities of a Sustainable Leader?  A Sustainable Leader is one who is built to last through uncertain and rapidly changing economic conditions, who intentionally develops the potential in others, so they too can develop into exceptional leaders who are “built to last.”