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Tag: distributed leadership

How We are Convinced

Action Steps: Influencing others?  Ask more and talk less. Be patient and give people time to come to conclusions. Value your own experience in your decision making process. via How We are Convinced.

The 4 Practices of Successful Flat Organizations – Jesse Lyn Stoner

As more organizations are becoming flatter, the looming question is whether it’s possible to “do more with less” or whether it’s necessary to rethink the distribution of power and control as described by Peter Drucker, Peter Block and Gary Hamel among others. Emergent Leadership Topples the Pyramid shows what a non-hierarchical view of leadership looks like. But these four practices are needed in order to self-organize successfully and prevent spiraling into chaos. via The 4 Practices of Successful Flat Organizations – Jesse Lyn Stoner.

Are You Always The Decider? That’s No Way to Grow

“Every day, you and the people who work for you need to make decisions. Many decisions. As the leader, you may take it upon yourself to make the most critical ones, but for the company to thrive you have to be sure that the people who work for you develop this essential skill. One of the best decisions you can make, therefore, is to decide to devote time to helping your team improve their decision-making. Here’s how.“ http://feeds.inc.com/~r/home/updates/~3/dzBUL6xy0Ys/story01.htm