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Aug 9
The Leadership Challenge

When I travel to work in different countries alongside other cultures – I’m often amazed at the similarities that define leaders. That’s also what I like about books that spotlight shared smart skills. 
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Recently I read Jim Kouzes’ and Barry Posner’s … The Leadership Challenge how the best leaders out there share similar practices.

1. They model exemplary approaches to work and become a showcase for those who want more from their own leadership.

2. They inspire a shared vision – in ways that others hitch their wagons to the same star.

3. They challenge current practices and learn from mistakes how to rejuvenate an old process into renewed procedures.

4. They enable others to act by spotting capabilities all around them – even those hidden or unused at times.

5. They encourage the heart in ways that uplift spirits and nudge people forward.

Have you worked alongside leaders who followed a similar five point road map?


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