Informing Leaders of the Latest Developments in Research and Practice
Russ S. Moxley
Leadership is typically understood as something an individual provides. Leaders lead. They provide a compelling vision. They set direction and determine strategy. They motivate and inspire.
This understanding has worked reasonably well, particularly in industrial settings, but it has its limitations because there is only so much that any individual can do. First, with the increasing diversity of the workforce, it is very difficult for any one person to create and articulate a common goal. Today, a shared goal is possible only when the diverse interests and different agendas of many stakeholders are combined. ...