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Tag Archives: shared leadership
Due to the increasing complex problems we are facing as individuals, organizations, institutions, society, the ‘genius with a thousand helpers leadership model’ is more and more replaced by ‘shared leadership’. This has implications for leadership development. Let me start … Continue reading
On this blog we have mentioned several times (e.g. here and here) that shared leadership has become an important leadership paradigm in the 21st century. Up until now, we have not offered you an overview of what factors increase the … Continue reading
I can’t help to notice that in the last two major sport events in Europe, the European Championship soccer and the Tour de France, shared leadership has triumphed over traditional leadership. Spain won with 4-0 from Germany and played in … Continue reading
“Er ruist iets door het struikgewas op vlak van leiderschap”, schreef ik eerder in een blogpost. Gisteren, tijdens het Kaleido seminarie over “leiderschap als competentie of zijnswijze”, kwam het al aardig in beeld. Jesse Segers stak van wal met de vraag: … Continue reading
Drath (2001)* formulates three knowledge principles about leadership. They describe wonderfully the evolution of leadership. Also in family settings. 1) Leadership is a personal thing. The leader determines the vision, expects loyalty and is personally responsible for adaptive change. Followers … Continue reading
“Follow the leader” by Isaac Cordal, now also exhibited at Beaufort 04. Ego-dominant leadership is drowning in the age of interdependance and dynamic complexity. As also their submissive followers. (Thanks Eric Rottée for the lead.)