Multi-Directional Leading

Watching others work together raises a level of excitement that drives leaders.

Sharing in that moment adds to the multiple reasons why we lead. It is also a reminder of why leaders continually work to promote the same every day.

Too often, leading becomes uni-directional. The path of learning or following is limited to listening and doing.

Learning among adults, however, occurs at greater levels when a multi-directional approach is used, allowing each individual to contribute to the learning process.

When done properly, the result is incredible and organizations thrive.

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