In my experience and academic research, a community that values each other and drives towards a common goal manages a higher growth rate over a sustainable period. We all put in our best effort while protecting our culture of cultivating the very best in our people.
Lecturer, Northeastern University
Steven is a Professional Cognitive Behavioral Coach and Lecturer at Northeastern University, teaching in various disciplines, including courses related to leadership and creating high-performing organizations. Steven studies mindfulness practices in leaders — the way great leaders are self-led and able to lead others through supportive communication and being well.
Steven has 20 years of leadership experience, with extensive strategic planning, process improvement, and value-added analysis that drives profitability and enhances operating efficiencies.
The need for achievement is a component of well-being and is defined by the need to drive towards completing goals through an individual's desire to take ownership. From my perspective, being motivated to perform is also aligned to the community, and the need to feel a part of something greater than oneself in creating impact.