"Leadership that emanates from members of teams, and not simply from the appointed leader" - Pearce, C.L. and Sims, HP (2001)
Co-leadership opportunities may exist for team members to start developing and practicing their own leadership skills. Whether it occurs when a leader hands over the reigns to coordinating and possibly facilitating a team meeting, or co-leadership emerges in a matrixed team, it's important to consider and plan for successful co-leadership, just as we would plan for collaboration.
Jennifer Britton, MES, CPT, PCC
Team and Leadership Development | Coaching | Retreats
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