Co-operative leadership, or co-leadership, is when two or more leaders deploy their individual great strengths as a collective whole in pursuit of a common goal. Co-leadership can cause an organization to experience extraordinary results, in a short time, and at low cost.
The Next Evolutionary Leadership Stage that Could Save Our Planet
This IntelliVen insight summarizes the core thesis of Alain Gauthier’s book which is that evolutionary co-leadership is needed now to catalyze the emergence of a truly generative and wholesome society.
A Wholesome Society, a society where everyone is invited, supported, and challenged to become a conscious, co-responsible co-creator – developing and expressing their unique gifts, while contributing to the evolution of humanity.
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The 2014 World Wide Strategy Week, November 4th, featured IntelliVen CEO, PeterD, in a three-person panel on The Role of Leaders in Strategy Success. This seven-minute video introduced Peter and the Seven Truths to conferees.
Top-100, Hall-of-Fame Amazon Business Book Reviewer, Bob Morris, recently conducted a two-part interview with IntelliVen CEO, PeterD. Click the image at left to see Part 2. Click here to see Part 1.
Excerpts from Part 2 follow:
Morris: In your opinion, what are the most significant differences between great leadership and great management?
DiGiammarino: I agree with those that say you manage things and lead people but you also manage things in order to lead people so the two are not so much different when intertwined in great leaders. That ties in with the double meaning of the title of my book. Manage to Lead helps you to
Manage yourself to do things that every leader ought to do and when you do them you are de facto leading.
Squeak by in the role of leader even when you do not happen to be a born leader but you are a good manager!
Ric Franzi, on Critical Mass for Business radio, featured a 50-minute interview yesterday afternoon with Peter DiGiammarino to discuss IntelliVen and Manage to Lead: Seven Truths to Help You Change the World. Click the play button below to listen to the entire show.
An excerpt from their discussion follows:
Franzi: You have outlined a “Support Structure for Success” of the top executive. In it you suggest a CEO have an outside Executive Group and Belong to a CEO Peer Group outside their firm. Would you take us through your thinking and what you why you feel they are so important?
DiGiammarino: CEOs who participate in peer forums help each other become great CEOs and better people. Specifically:
It is a place where a CEO does not have to behave as if s/he knows all the answers and can, instead, be genuinely open to input and where it’s ok to be vulnerable, and even to be wrong, in front of each other; there is no need to put on airs or skirt around the hard stuff.