There are as many leadership styles as there are leaders. Steve Jobs, General George Patton, and Gandhi all got results, but their leadership styles were all as different as chalk and cheese and china.
But Martin Luther King was right. They all shared something in common. They all moulded consensus.
How they each went about it was different for every one of them. And the way that you go about it will be different too. It depends on your preferred style, and whether you are leading a community group, an army battalion, or a business unit in a particular industry.
But whatever your style, and whatever type of organisation you are leading, the inner leadership section of The Churning will give you tools that enable you to:
- Be clear about what you think the priorities are
- Create a vision that will inspire yourself and others to address those priorities
- Manage the evolution of that vision and your team as you move forward together, remoulding the consensus as the priorities change and evolve.
How you choose to apply these tools, and what you choose to build with the consensus you create, is entirely up to you.
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