In Mr. Collin’s speech on Thursday, April 3, 2014, he highlighted a few of the most imperative principles of the thirty-five principles outlined in his “Creative Followership”. Collins suggested that through application of these principles, any individual has the potential to be passionately committed and deeply involved in their organization or project - and even in their personal life. All of this without having fashion his or her self into the next Andrew Carnegie. His or her contribution does not have to be as leader to be immeasurabl...
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...red Mr. Cathy’s goals and objectives for the company. Their stellar professional relationship was the soil out of which their friendship grew and flourished. Mr. Collins’s unwavering loyalty to Mr. Cathy was rewarded by Mr. Cathy’s friendship and trust as well as gaining Mr. Collins a champion and mentor. The most important result was the development of Mr. Collins’s character. His long career of hard work, decency toward others, a non-gossiper, and a supporter of his boss and team, all made him into a fine individual indeed.
One cannot help but think about how these principles can be utilized in one’s personal dealings. Loyalty, decency, and lifting up of your fellows are wonderful ideals to strive for in friendships, marriage, and in the rearing of children. It is difficult to think of any place in our lives that these ideals would NOT be applicable.
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