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Integration versus compartmentalization

Compare and contrast integration versus compartmentalization. Moral Identity, raises the question of whether one can live an integrated life.

1. Is it possible for a leader to live an effective life and serve their company well while following the integrated approach?
2. What are the potential benefits of such an approach? What are the challenges and how can they be addressed?
3. What do I need to do to move from a compartmentalized to an integrated approach to life?"

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https://www.td.org/Publications/Magazines/TD/TD-Archive/2013/06/An-Integrated-Approach-to-Leadership-Development

1. Is it possible for a leader to live an effective life and serve their company well while following the integrated approach?

Leaders can live whole life if they ensure that they prioritize their activities in regard to how they engage their work-on-family conflict and the boundaries they set regarding their career and life. To achieve the whole life leadership perspective wherein the leader is able to not only effectively live their lives as an individual but also excel in their organizations, leaders must possess a managing vision and purpose that enables them to change the negative ...

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The solution compares and contrasts integration versus compartmentalization. Moral identity raising the question of whether one can live in an integrated life is discussed.

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