December 01, 2008

Changed my mind – Leadership

Few posts ago I wrote that I did not agree with having "situation"in the definition of leadership. A few people (Kang is the one I remember now, sorry about the ones I forgot ) disagreed. I reflected on it. I agree with them now. I think it makes sense to consider the situation thing. And is more a rational  decision them an empiric one. It`s quite simple. If I believe that everyone can lead (and like it or not will have to do it someday, even if is just they`re lives they are going to lead), and I believe it, I must accept that not everyone leads every time. Therefore, some people lead in some situations, but not in others. And those who are usually seen as leaders are usually those who lead or visible or urgent situations (Churchill on WW2) or that like to take front and lead every time they can.  

Therefore I believe, after reflecting, that evryone can lead if the situation is right. 



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