I love adventure and travel, which is just as well since I travel a great deal for business. This means I get to meet many great leaders, some good leaders, and some not so good leaders! The travelling also gives me time to reflect and think.
Back when Nicola Huelin and I were travelling home from London after the joint book launch of The New Leadership Manifesto and The Invisible Revolution, it gave me time to think about what makes a great leader and what makes a bad leader. It made me think about what I'd written in The New Leadership Manifesto and the 10 dysfunctions of leadership.
Learning how to be a great leader can be as simple as learning how not to be a bad leader.
This is what a bad leader does:
This is what a great leader does:
Which one are you? Hopefully a GREAT leader?
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