The Incomplete Leader

12manage is looking for students / contributors...


 
Leadership > Best Practices Premium

The Incomplete Leader
Donald
I noticed a new perspective on leadership methods in HBR Feb 07 by Deborah Ancona c.s. She argues no human being is perfect and no leader can be perfect. So maybe its for the best to stop trying to be a perfect leader. Leaders should find others who can offset their limitations and complement their strenghts. A framework of distributed leadership is provided. This leadership model mentions 4 important capabilities: sensemaking, relating, visioning and inventing. Do you agree we should stop expecting so much of leaders in organizations?
 

 
The incomplete leaderSign up
Gurmeet
Very sensible observation. The concept of distribu...
 

 
Incomplete LeaderSign up
Zdzislaw
The idea presented by Donald is such an important ...
 

 
The Incomplete LeaderSign up
Debbie Payne
The question, should we stop expecting so much of ...
 

 
Incomplete LeaderSign up
Odukoya S.O.A.
I think what we should be talking about is not a p...
 

 
Self Aware Thus Completed LeaderSign up
Arnaud
I also agree with Donald on distributed leaders...
 

 
Incomplete LeaderSign up
Angie
I believe, no human is perfect and so no Leader is...
 

 
Incomplete Leader > Perfect LeaderSign up
Adedeh, Member
A leader is one who paints a picture of the fut...
 

 
Incomplete Leader????Sign up
Greg Johnson, Member
@Donald: What a curious question. Leadership by de...
 

 
Incomplete LeadersSign up
eustace n wachira, Member
Many times those in position of leadership do not ...
 

 
 

  Do you wish to study further? You can learn more from the summary, forum, discussions, lessons, courses, training, instructions, expert tips, best practices and education sources. Register.  



More on Leadership

Forum

Best Practices
Expert Tips

Resources



About 12manage | Advertising | Link to us / Cite us | Privacy | Suggestions | Terms of Service
2018 12manage - The Executive Fast Track. V14.1 - Last updated: 21-8-2018. All names of their owners.