- “It’s not a question of management style. Every leader will have and exercise his own management style, but every leader must believe that everyone working with him is part of his success, not just him. The moment a leader starts thinking that he succeeded and not everyone in his organization, then he stops being a leader in my opinion.” ~Lord Swraj Paul, Chairman of the Board and founder of the Caparo Group and Member of Great Britain’s House of Lords
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- When working with business leaders to enhance their competencies, use time, energy, information, influence and credibility as sources of key questions to make sure that leaders are anticipating what is required and how they will respond. When looking at potential courses of action-scenarios-check out the implications of each for these critical leader competencies. Help the leader identify what is important and what behaviors will demonstrate that by asking solid questions about these leadership resources.
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(This is the fourth in a series of articles on elements of Integral Leadership.
Business leaders, individually and collectively, clarify the purpose of leadership in relation to business objectives. This sets the context for commitment by individual leaders. It also establishes how leaders can determine what is important about using leadership resources: time, energy, information, access to influence, special skills and knowledge and credibility to support leadership purpose and achieve business objectives. That is a collective challenge.
Individually, leaders have …