I am reading two to three books at any time. There are a couple I sip on less than daily.
Leadership is a topic of interest for me and many of you as well. Like most of what we know, the blief and commentary are often unrelated to the experience. I am less and less inclined to buy the compost version of leadership, the one that sets itself up to be followed and instead I am looking for the practices and principles of what will it take for all of us to lead, to no longer following anyone.
Leadership is not a postion or an office but requires integrity [do you do what you say you will do to yourself?], authenticity [rare in a world filled with mobs and copy cats], a commitment to something bigger than yourself [the capacity was not completely taken from you in grade school] and a stand for being cause-in-the-matter [no there is nobody to blame.].
I find it rarely. How about you?