People Puzzle

Meredith, Bryn
February 2010
Leadership Excellence;Feb2010, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p8
The author focuses on the three behaviors that would determine good leadership which include vision, engagement and alignment. He describes vision as the ability to come up not just with a puzzle of the future but a complete picture. He suggests that one should make their people know where they fit in the organization and why their roles have values. He believes that, as a leader, one should be able to communicate his vision to his people.


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