Transforming Your Leadership Character: The Lean Thinking and Agility Way


Emergent leadership in the context of the agility practice represents individuals who take the opportunity to create a collaborative environment that allows team members to succeed at producing value for the organization at a sustainable pace.

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People need better leaders to guide them, but they also want to become better leaders in many aspects of life, such as businesses, churches, non-profits, sports teams, and more. Many corporate professionals and other practitioners in various disciplines aim to be solid leaders. But despite training and mentoring, these aspiring leaders still fall short of becoming leaders who inspire others to deliver to the best of their abilities.

Based on extensive experience and observation, I believe we all have leadership traits, but proactive efforts are needed to grow and transform these skills. The appropriate level of planning, nurturing, and execution can help leaders transform from non-starters to resilient starters and finishers.

Shawn, Chase, and Mario are three personas who represent the leadership dispositions of resilient-starters, quick-starters, non-starters, and finishers. Their stories model how to use lean thinking and agility to transform one’s leadership character.

Published: 2014

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