Quiet Leadership

An insightful post by Brian Harris at Jesus Creed on the value of quiet leadership.  Good food for thought.

He writes:
If you have ever ruled yourself out as a leader because you aren’t a dynamic, upfront person, you might find (Joseph) Badaracco’s Leading Quietly liberating. Badaracco has made a study of quiet leadership where he argues that the leadership qualities that result in long term success don’t revolve around charisma, but are more directly related to perseverance, tenacity and other centeredness, as well as a willingness to nudge rather than gallop ahead, and to arrive at appropriate compromises.

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