Recently, I was reading an article on servant leadership, and I was struck by the opening paragraph. It was really thought-provoking. It read:
“In The Great Learning, Confucius said ‘to become a leader one must first become a human being.’ Peter Senge, Director, MIT Sloan School of Management, believes that Confucius’s statement means little today because we have lost the sense of our life’s journey as one of becoming a human being.”
What do you think? Do you agree with Senge? In light of all of the technological advancements in our society, have we lost touch on the importance “becoming a human being?”
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