The theory centers around the Three Psychological Pillars:

Trust

Do your team members trust that you are leading them effectively and that you have their best interests in mind? Do they also feel trusted by you, to do their jobs and to manage their time competently?

Safety

Do your team members feel they are psychologically safe with you? To express their needs, goals, and values authentically without the fear of punishment or humiliation?

Safety

Do your team members feel they are psychologically safe with you? To express their needs, goals, and values authentically without the fear of punishment or humiliation?

Inclusion

Do your team members feel included in decisions that affect their lives? Do they feel their voices are heard and ideas considered? Are they given a space for feedback and input?

How Does a Peaceful Leader Satisfy These Basic Psychological Needs?

By being proficient in the Five Core Competencies of a Peaceful Leader.

  • Patience
  • Engagement
  • Appreciation
  • Curiosity
  • Empowerment

What Does it Take to Become a Certified Peaceful Leader™?

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Can you afford leadership that isn’t peaceful?

As much as 90% of workplace conflicts are due to ineffective leadership. Mismanaged conflict leads to lower morale, productivity, and innovation, as well as higher turnover and legal ramifications. Can you afford that?