With the ever-increasing scope and complexity of today's organizations, shared leadership makes sense strategically. Yet many people who are cast into a role of shared leadership find it unnatural and are uncertain of how best to approach it. Here are some tips from two leaders who have been there, done that, over the past several years.
- Title: Leadership in Action: Learning to Share: How to Meet the Demands of Joint Leadership
- Release date: April 2003
- Publisher(s): Center for Creative Leadership
- ISBN: 9781604913699
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