How Covid-19 points to the need for better leadership in society, and a discussion of the type of leadership we may need.
This post is part of a six-part series. Click here for part 1 "When Leadership Becomes Toxic: Ignoring Real Problems" Loyalty is to be earned Toxic leadership does not generate true loyalty. It can only generate forced or manufactured loyalty. Employees don't stay? Didn't quite elect the president you thought? Were the expected outcomes reasonable [...]
In order for leadership to work well we must set our expectations high, and understand that it is our responsibility to have, solidify, communicate and evaluate against our expectations.
The true difficulty in leadership that is often shirked or not fully acknowledged: accountability.