The 5 Disciplines of Great Leaders - Part 4: The Disciplines of Leading Others


The difference between leaders who build shared ownership and others who lead teams well is far less related to talent and personality and much more with personal disciplines.

Check your practice and habits with the following disciplines of Leading Others:

  • Builds diverse, enduring relationships based on trust, character and shared values

  • Studies the dynamics of teams to spot ways to draw people into discussions and to strengthen interpersonal relationships

  • Moderates personal presence and influence by showing courage and mediating tensions with understanding

 Questions for Reflection:

What fresh insights did you gain about behaviors of Leading Others ?

As you reflect on these disciplines, how do you practice and develop collaboration?

Do you recognize specific ways to strengthen your collaboration skills and how motivated are you to follow through?