June 6, 2022
Leadership (verb). A particular kind of work: Mobilizing others to make progress on a difficult challenge. Asking people, including ourselves, to stare into an issue we would rather deny or avoid. Disappointing people at a rate they can stand so that, ultimately, they and the larger group can be more productive, more life-giving, more creative. How would we begin to build capacity to play that kind of sacred role in the lives of others? How do we avoid becoming just another in a string of bad bosses in the lives of people who are doing the best they know how?
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