There is a direct connection between the humility and trustworthiness of the leader.
The coating on your being that repels experience is a lack of appreciativeness. It is the attribute of a lack of gratitude.
So you have to understand that at the root of our criminality is the conviction that we’re not worthy or that we are owed more, that the world is not worthy.
Jim Collins has rightfully indicated that a key quality of exceptional leaders is humility. This view has become increasingly current, with the growing interest in the spiritual quotient of leadership and the growing body of work in the field of servant leadership.
An interesting set of insights about the New Age emerge from a conversation between Etsko Schuitema and Graham Edwards.