Leaders want dialog. You want the ability to discuss, debate, shape and influence a decision before it is made. The people you lead — or your teenage daughter, or the committee members at church, or the division heads of your organization — want the same thing with you. Honest, open dialog facilitates shared leadership. Leaders… Continue reading The One Thing Leaders Want
A servant leader does what is necessary.
It seems appropriate in this the 200th anniversary of Charles Dickens’ birth that we look at a tale not of two cities but of two leaders. In our leader-obsessed culture perhaps we should focus not on the leader but their leadership. These two pictures portray… Continue reading Guest post: A Tale of Two Leaders