Paired Leadership And The Vital Five – Respect, Belief, Trust, Loyalty, and Commitment
Paired leadership – what is your view of paired leadership? Are two really better than one? Or does it just cost you money and present risks.?
Well here in this post from the Harvard Business Review blogs is one perspective – but what is yours?
Leadership Teams: Why Two Are Better Than One
The concept of “two-in-a-box” leadership has been examined extensively over the past few years. One of the most thorough discussions is in the HBR article The Leadership Team: Complementary Strengths or Conflicting Agendas. CEO/COO teams or “Office of the President” arrangements can offer great strengths, but may also introduce some sizeable risks, as Stephen A. Miles and Michael D. Watkins conclude. You can read more at this link.
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