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The Case For Human-Centred Leadership

Organisations need more human-centred leadership.  What does this really mean? I think it comes down to whether leaders see the person first or the employee first.  It depends on their view of their role and the world.

Are we treating employees as tasks or functions, or as unique human beings?  Are leaders seeking to use employees to further themselves, or using themselves to further their employees?

When we lead from a place of humanness, we see the person first, we connect with them at an emotional level and build trust.

Leading from a place of humanness means we genuinely care about the people we are privileged to lead and place ourselves at the service of those people.  We show up and demonstrate our own humanity first as leaders.

Many people refer to these as ‘soft skills’.  I don’t like that phrase.  There’s nothing soft about this form of leadership.  It takes courage and bravery to lead this way.  It takes patience, consistency of approach, and a willingness to really listen to the people around you.  It means being vulnerable.  I’d argue it’s the hardest form of leadership to practice, and the one that achieves the biggest impact.

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Kevin Miller
Kevin Millerhttps://www.apexhr.co.uk/
My 'Why' is to inspire a movement towards truly people-centred organizations. Organizations which see the person first and the employee second. A Coach, facilitator, and catalyst for positive change, I thrive on the challenge of making the world of work better and more humanized for people in organizations. I love networking and collaborating to share fresh ideas, insights and to learn. I have an in-depth knowledge and practical 'hands-on' experience of leading HR and Organizational Development projects. I am a visionary who rethinks what is possible when it comes to HR, leadership and the future of work, igniting positive change in others. Never forgetting the real reason behind my work, I love spending time with my wife Kelly and my children who are the centre of my world and the reason behind my 'Why'.

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