The Four Disciplines of Organizational Health | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it

If an organization is to get healthy, it must have the “genuine and active involvement of the person in charge.

 

For a company, that’s the CEO. For a small business, it’s the owner. For the school, it’s the principal. For the church, it’s the pastor. For a department within a company, it’s the department head….The leader must be out front, not as a cheerleader or a figurehead, but as an active, tenacious driver.” Without the leader's commitment, this model will be sabotaged or seen as “career suicide.” The leader must support it and reward it.


Via Ana Cristina Pratas, donhornsby