Leadership Coaching: The Art of Co-Leading

Wednesday, 18th April 2012

The art of co-leading takes work and effort. Chances are the better your relationship is with your significant other, the more likely you will be able to take that skill to the workplace. There is not just one way to co-lead. There is a lot of room for your personality and skill to come into play. The most important part of co-leading, though, is to treat each person in the relationship as an equal and to move forward to a common goal. It is much easier to for the co-leading to unfold if the common goal is in place.

If you really want to see change happen, and other people are involved, consider leading with a co-leading style.

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  1. […] you heard of co-leading? Shall the associate take the “inferior” position and a manager, the “superior” […]

    Thu 2nd August, 2012 at 2:30 pm

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