An artist’s creative work can become the primary lens through which he or she sees the world; it is a fundamental tool for interpreting life. But artistry can also teach a great deal about effective leadership. Based on the principles of Konstantin Stanislavsky, the father of modern acting, this essay reflects on five important lessons for life and leadership: The Power of Purpose, The Power of Context, The Power of Listening, The Power of Partnerships, and The Power of Community. After a year of studying Russian culture, history, and foreign policy, I believe these lessons can be applied on the international level as well as the personal. How might a Russian actor advise our leaders in Moscow and Washington? Read and find out.
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Long, Harrison O. Prof.
"Stanislavsky Inspired Acting Lessons for Life and Leadership,"
Journal of Global Initiatives: Policy, Pedagogy, Perspective: Vol. 12
, Article 11.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/jgi/vol12/iss1/11