Being a Collaborative Leader (and Getting Things Done)

by David Spann

Being a collaborative leader requires a clear set of beliefs and disciplined practices to back up those beliefs. If you are a leader who wants people to work together better, deliver results faster, and exceed basic customer satisfaction, you will need to look in the mirror and see how your behaviors compare to the collaborative leader role expectations discussed in this Executive Report by David Spann. The key is to create an environment in which others succeed.

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Being a Collaborative Leader (and Getting Things Done) 13 May 2011

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