Distinguished Leaders Specialize in Prosocial Behaviors

Prosocial behaviors are social actions taken within a group or organization that benefit others by modeling the way while setting the standard for reforming group norms. These behaviors purposefully seek to improve morale, relationships, and workplace culture. Those who engage in prosocial behaviors ignore fears, doubts, and risks to Self while shunning any personal rewards, benefits, or status enhancements.

Examples of Prosocial Behaviors include, but are not limited to:

• Speaking up, pro or con
• Strategically dissenting
• Forming political alliances
• Remaining bipartisan with detractors
• Speaking up for The Silenced
• Acting on behalf of The Suppressed and The Oppressed
• Engaging The Disaffected and he Disengaged
• Doing the right thing despite opposition for doing so