Replying to LO23834 --
On 26 Jan 00, at 21:45, Sandy Wells wrote:
> Since in practical application, Situational Leadership presents an
> inconsistent approach to leadership--from the perspective of both the
> leader and the follower--I'm wondering how one would apply the concept to
> cultivation of a learning organization.
You'd have to demonstrate it's "inconsistent", to entertain the
discussion. It's no more consistent or inconsistent than any intelligent
human behavior, which is situation specific.
In fact, one way of looking at certain kinds of mental illnesse is that
behaviors are maladaptive because they are stereotypic, obsessive and
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