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November 02, 2009

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miriam

These 5 criteria for personal flexibility work equally well to describe shared leadership. This, I think, is where shared leadership begins--with the flexibility of mind and heart that enables appointed leaders to seek out, listen, and collaborate with the wisdom and talent of their associates. There is also room in the model for values--i.e., recognizing and valuing the potential of people at all levels to contribute to the tough decisions that preoccupy senior managers.

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