Effective Leaders Don't List Commitments ...
They Live Commitments
What really defines leadership?
Our concepts of leadership are usually based on our unique personal experiences, and it is clear that a leadership style that works in one situation can be a recipe for disaster in another.
In leadership, one size does not fit all.
In The Five Commitments of a Leader, Mark Leheney
asserts that a more revealing way to examine leadership is through the commitments a leader makes (or fails to make).
focuses on five commitments a leader must make to be effectiveâ€"commitments to:
Mark Leheney is a Senior Consultant with Management Concepts.
provides facilitation, training, and coaching in the areas of leadership, management, and team and individual development.
He has worked in the areas of communication, conflict, emotional intelligence, critical thinking, change, group dynamics, and personality type.
Mr. Leheney holds a master's degree in organization development and knowledge management, and is on the faculty of the Georgetown University Leadership Coaching Program.
unique views on leadership along with a synthesis of best leadership practices. â€¦ You will gain great ground by following the commitment principles!"