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2. Wo stehen wir in Sachen Demut heute?

Author : Franziska Frank

Published in: Mit Demut zum Erfolg

Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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Zusammenfassung

Demutsvolles Verhalten ist zuweilen negativ konnotiert und wird von professionellen Anlegern und der Presse erst auf den zweiten Blick honoriert. Allerdings wünschen sich nicht nur die Mitarbeiter ganz klar Demut bei ihren Führungskräften, sondern die heutige Zeit mit ihren Umbrüchen, Krisen und Chancen verlangt regelrecht danach. Die Daten zeigen, dass Demut bislang nur von wenigen Führungskräften in Deutschland gelebt wird – es gibt viel Luft nach oben.
Footnotes
1
Merriman (2016) Leaders are more powerful when they’re humble (08.12.2016). Washington Post.
 
2
Business Week 1998.
 
4
Leaders & Daughters 2019 Global Survey, Ernst & Young.
 
5
Ein Wall Street Interview von 1997 zitiert in Hayward et al. (2004).
 
6
Companies hunt for CEOs with high EQ and humility, Maratha Singh, 15.04.2019, Times of India. Zugegriffen am 10.11.2020.
 
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Metadata
Title
Wo stehen wir in Sachen Demut heute?
Author
Franziska Frank
Copyright Year
2021
Publisher
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-62254-4_2

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