Tuesday, April 30, 2013


There is no definitive model of what might constitute leadership excellence.  There is several common themes of Leadership excellence:
  • Driven from a strong set of values and ‘intelligence’ about peoples’ feelings
  • Sees possibilities and potential that is often invisible to others
  • Describes a vision of the future and illuminates paths to get there
  • Encourages creativity, innovation and lateral thinking
  • Enables individuals and teams or groups of people to manage personal change and reach for higher goals
  • Starts and ends with the guiding of people’s relationships with one another
  • Continually ‘walks-the-talk’ and listens and learns in the journey
  • Often consists of extraordinary strength and persistence
This list is by no means exhaustive.  These leadership excellence themes helps in working out specifically what we should all be doing to become better leaders.  There are handfuls potential human behaviours when combined together will characterize good or effective leadership.
Shared from:
Leadership and Management
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April 30, 2012 by Dr. Jon Warner

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