Russell, Terry
April 2008
People Management;4/3/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p7
The article examines the use of the community-based approach to leadership taken by Native American Indian chiefs in people management. The author claims that Native Indians' view of leadership contrasts with the current perception of leadership. He notes that Native Indians' leadership was achieved through consensus and agreement. He believes that the key to success in the modern world of business is not about command or power; it is about engaging people and enabling them to achieve their full potential.


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