PART TWO Uncovering the Traditions of Leaderful Practice

THE LEADERFUL CONCEPT IS NOT ENTIRELY NEW; IT HAS EMERGED from the work of many practitioners who have realized that we no longer need to inspire from the front. In part II of the book, I am going to present some of the noble traditions that found this new concept and should reinvent how we think about leadership. More important, these traditions will reveal some incredibly useful ideas about how to develop your leaderful practice.

So, how should you begin? As I suggested when I introduced the four C’s of leaderful practice in chapter 1, some of you will already be more or less leaderful on these four dimensions. Although I encourage you to read the full account from here, you may wish ...

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