I find John Maxwell’s newsletter, LeadershipWired to be a continuing source of interesting presentations. This particular article relates to the notion of commitment in relation to purpose.
Committing to the Commitment
By Dr. John C. Maxwell
At the age of 67, Thomas Edison watched as fire destroyed much of his work and equipment. Time to retire? Time to hang up the lab coat?
“All our mistakes are burned up,” the inventor said. “Now we can start anew.”
Engagement is the process of leadership in which the individual leader and collective leadership interact to achieve goals and build their leadership effectiveness. In engagement we can find the relationship between the individual acts of leaders and the collective acts of leadership in the organization and business. This is the realm of behavior.
For some years I have thought there is a parallel of leader behaviors with Bion’s functions in groups. (Wilfred R. Bion. Experiences in Groups. London: Tavistock …
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