There are times when the named leader of a team needs to step back and allow others to lead! That’s when you become a follower!
In last week’s episode, Bill Scott talked about the different types of leadership power. This week, in part 2, he transitions into why leaders sometimes need to be followers and give us some ideas on doing that.
If you missed the first part, you’ll find it here
Bill Scott is an innovative management consultant, trainer and speaker with a unique blend of business and social services training. He delights in helping people identify their strengths and learning how to leverage them collaboratively with others.
Bill practices from a strength base, believing challenges that limit innovative thinking can be reframed as opportunities that open up possibilities and creativity.
Bill has a BSW, an MBA and extensive training in Appreciative Inquiry, strengths assessments, negotiation, mediation, and conflict resolution. He is based in Surrey BC, a suburb of Vancouver, where he can be found with his wife Cindy, his daughter Keely and their mild-mannered rescue dog, Jessie.
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