Amanda Young Hickman writes on the Insight Experience Blog:
*Leadership Leverage is important in complex organization structures
The more networked and interdependent the business model of an organization is the more leaders and their behaviors will drive business results.
*Leadership Leverage is important in general management roles
Everyone starts as a specialist and builds their foundation with a strong suite of specialty skills, but at a critical juncture, every young leader has to expand their perspective to lead and champion a breadth of activities far beyond their technical skills.
*Leadership Leverage is evident in front-line leaders
As the leaders who manage the employees who deliver value to customers, front-line leaders set the tone and are the gatekeepers for critical information flows.
Read her entire post HERE
Submitted by Russ/2015