science of leadership

The Art and Science of Leadership

Truly great leaders recognize both the art and science of leadership. Leadership draws ideas from across the intellectual spectrum, and it forges them into something unique and its own. Unlike so many areas of thinking it can’t be neatly stuck away in a box labeled ‘art’ or ‘science’. There are acts of analysis and of empathy, of slow careful refinement and sudden intuitive leaps. There are times to measure what we already have and times to create something completely new…. Read More»

Healthy Skepticism or Toxic Negativity? Good Teams Know the Difference

You have an idea so great that you practically skip into the Monday morning staff meeting, ready to share!

Once you share your next best idea, though, you look around – and none of the enthusiasm you expected exists. Not even a tepid thumbs up or a good question; all you see is confused expressions. Finally, someone speaks up: “I don’t get it. How would that work?”… Read More»

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