Artemios Miropoulos, Chair of the Chamber’s Leadership Committee, led a workshop on April 5 at the Athens Plaza Hotel, that explored leadership values discussed in his book, The Nameless King, Stories of Leadership from Ancient Greece.
The workshop focused on how storytelling is a key communication trait of leaders, who need to identify their own personal leadership values to pass on to and share with their teams. But where do these values arise from and how are they identified? Most people, by the age of 5, have had influences that have shaped their personalities and value systems. Later in life, we are able to recollect our early experiences and forge a strong system of personal values as we assume roles of responsibility.
The workshop allowed the participants to examine leadership stories from Ancient Greece in order to scrutinize moral choices that are both meaningful and consequential. In doing so, we are able to measure our choices against an ancient historical record as well as our own influences and personal past.
The process is designed to allow each of us to better identify our own vision and to delineate any red lines that may be our boundaries, limits or hazard points and at the same time set an example of high moral choice.
- April 5, 2017
4:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Venue: NJV Athens Plaza
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