Traditional forms of leadership are grounded in command and control and in doing the things that good leaders do. Traditional leadership is often thought of as the domain of a select few individuals with the “right stuff” at the top of the pyramid. We are now discovering that insight for leadership resides not only in the “other” but is accessible to everyone through newly honed sensibilities of looking and listening within.
You can fit in and continue to thrive quite nicely following the old script, but eventually, it will catch up with you.
This week's post is an excerpt from my article published in the Amplify journal: The 21st-Century Team Member Is a Leader of One: Themselves.
Traditional Industrial-Age thinking and practices on leadership are no longer adequate in an increasingly complex and chaotic world.
Where do you look to spot points of leverage that cause fundamental and lasting change to occur?
When one thing, the right thing, is set in motion, it can topple many things.