But there’s more. The broader definition of this term is “a self-view that 事大于自我存在”; that is, an understanding of the individual’s place in the broad and complex ecosystem in which they live and work.
Edgar Schein, professor emeritus at MIT Sloan School of 管理, has further defined this kind of humility as “在这里，和现在的”谦让. This kind of humility is present when one person is dependent on a不her to accomplish a goal. What these two definitions have in common is the concept of interdependence—when you display humility, you are showing that you can’t do it all alone.
Recent studies have shed light on the specific actions exhibited by humble leaders. 尼尔森和马罗内的 在工作 管理评审的国际期刊 found that people described as “humble” share the ability to:
Knowing how to show humility is one thing, but it’s another to know when to focus on humility to advance your organization’s goals. Humble leaders, as 不ed again by Neilsen and Marrone, are especially effective in:
So if you’re coming up on a rough patch or a big transition that will require teamwork, flexibility, and collaborative decision making, then put a humble leader in charge.
For a broad view of your personality traits check out Lee and Ashton’s hexaco个性库存修订, a 15-minute questionnaire that illuminates where you fall in the range of Honesty-Humility (the “H” factor), in addition to five other personality traits. Or you can check out these 13个棘手的问题 from Pepperdine University researcher and professor Elizabeth Krumrei-Mancuso.
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后 The Importance of Practicing Humility at Work 最先出现在 理想主义者的职业生涯.