COMMITMENT (Q3.9)

Unwavering Loyalty To The Group And Unflinching Determination To Accomplish It’s Mission Loyalty requires abandonment of self Commitment is the second of the five F3 Leadership Virtues—the Habits and Ethics of moral excellence. Commitment has two components, unwavering loyalty to the Group and unflinching determination to accomplish the Group’s Mission. The former is focused more …

CANDOR (Q3.8)

Graciously Telling The Hard Truth And Demanding To Hear It From Others Only hard Truth requires Candor Candor is the first of the five F3 Leadership Virtues—the Habits and Ethics of moral excellence that a man must possess to be a Virtuous Leader. The Leadership Virtues are distinct from the Leadership Skills, which are the …

EXHORTATION (Q3.7)

Incentivizing The Breach Of Obstacles Exhortation is encouragement on steroids Obstacles are Problems impeding Movement that must be solved before the Group can continue forward. If an Obstacle arises before the Group has Accelerated into full Momentum, it can stop Movement in its tracks, no matter how small it is. Such is the power of …

PERSUASION (Q3.6)

The Initiation Of First Movement Compulsive chicanery cannot sustain Momentum Persuasion is the third of the four F3 Leadership Skills. It is the Effective Leader’s ability to initiate Movement toward an Advantage that he has first Visualized and then Articulated to his Group. If he has done so Competently, the Members have a clear understanding …

ARTICULATION (Q3.5)

Describing Vision To Others Every person can Articulate, but most most people choose not to An Articulated Purpose is a Visualized end-state that is substantively distinct from the Status Quo. Its accomplishment requires certain actions that, cumulatively, form a Movement along a pathway of Waypoints toward the end-state. The more radically unique the Vision is …