interactive leadership

30Jun06

Interactive leadership focuses on:

  • encouraging participation
  • sharing power and information
  • making people feel important
  • energizing people

“People perform best when they feel good about themselves and their work, and they try to create situations that contribute to that feeling.”
“Making it easy for people to express their ideas help ensure that decisions reflect as much information as possible.”
“My enthusiasm gets others excited. I infuse them with energy and make them see that even boring jobs contribute to the fun of working in a celebrity business.”

HBR on Women in Business, HB School Press 2005

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