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The "Bottom Line" of Leaderful Practice

| June 26, 2007

by Jim Bruce

You will remember Joe Raelin as one of the authors whose papers you were assigned to read for the first workshop of the Leaders Program.  In this paper, “The ‘Bottom Line’ of leaderful practice,“ which you can download from he argues that the one thing that most makes a leader is a compassionate approach, a leaderful practice that exhibits humility and seeks to serve others rather than power for its own sake.  As a result, people learn to count on others because they have learned that each member, even the weakest, will be kept in mind when decisions are made.  The goal is to unlock the capacity of all to contribute.


Have a great week.  .  .  .  .     jim