Principle-centered leadership is practiced from the inside out on four levels: 1) personal (my relationship with myself); 2) interpersonal (my relationships and interactions with others); 3) managerial (my responsibility to get a job done with others); and 4) organizational (my need to organize people-to recruit them, train them, compensate them, build teams, solve problems, and create aligned structure, strategy, and systems).

Los problemas que afrontamos caen en una de tres áreas posibles: la de control directo (que involucra nuestra propia conducta), la de control indirecto (que involucra la conducta de otras personas), o la de inexistencia de control (problemas acerca de los cuales no podemos hacer nada, como los de nuestras realidades situacionales o pasadas). El

FRIEND/ENEMY CENTEREDNESS. Young people are particularly, though certainly not exclusively, susceptible to becoming friend-centered. Acceptance and belonging to a peer group can become almost supremely important. The distorted and ever-changing social mirror becomes the source for the four life-support factors, creating a high degree of dependence on the fluctuating moods, feelings, attitudes, and behavior of others.

no se puede pensar en términos de eficiencia cuando se trata de personas. Se piensa en términos de efectividad con la gente y de eficiencia con las cosas.

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