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True to Yourself by Mark Albion

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7Collaborate for Greater Impact

Leadership styles evolve. There’s always the visionary role to some extent, but inspiring and envisioning gets old. Influencing, cajoling, and collaborating are more sustainable. Great values-based leaders are colearners. They’re not mentors but more bidirectional nurturers. Nurturing the genius in others is how to be most effective. For most leaders, it’s a huge learning process to move from hierarchy to collaboration, and for some, it’s impossible.

TOM REIS, PROGRAM DIRECTOR, PHILANTHROPY AND VOLUNTEERISM, W. K. KELLOGG FOUNDATION

The fifth and final stage in the process of leading a best-in-class values-based small business is collaborating for greater impact. We’ll look at some common myths and examples ...

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