Traditional definitions of leadership emphasize position, formal authority and power, vision, heroics. Those definitions might have been sufficient in another time. Organizations that need to respond to a fast-changing environment and desire continuous improvement require a different kind of leadership and a different kind of leader.
That requires that we think differently about what leadership is, and what leaders do.
Join us to meet with Esther Derby and explore how to be a leader at any level.
Esther Derby Biography
I started my career as a programmer, and over the years I’ve worn many hats, including business owner, internal consultant and manager. From all these perspectives, one thing became clear: our level of individual, team and company success was deeply impacted by our work environment and organizational dynamics. As a result, I have spent the last twenty-five years helping companies design their environment, culture, and human dynamics for optimum success.
I’ve written over 100 articles and I write about management, leadership, collaboration, organizations and change (or another topic I’m currently exploring).
Follow me on Twitter @estherderby