LearningLeadingRaisers LO26593

From: Jan Lelie (janlelie@wxs.nl)
Date: 04/29/01

Replying to LO26588 --

Hello Learners, leaders and raisers,

How could we be wrong, when a leader emerges only in the envisioned needs
of the others? LeaderSHIP is an art, leadership is an attribute -
attributed by the group - and leadership contributes to a group. Is the
attribute attributed by the group artistically or artificially? Perhaps
leading is both. Leadership seems, like learning and changing, a paradox.



ACampnona@aol.com wrote:

> What this told me today is that a Leader (one) doesn't truly exist except
> in the envisioned needs of all others around (the many) and as such he is
> an emergent social property (servant) or phenomenon of the whole (as
> 'leader' as 'attractor'). I could be wrong!


With kind regards - met vriendelijke groeten,

Jan Lelie

Drs J.C. Lelie CPIM (Jan) LOGISENS - Sparring Partner in Logistical Development mind@work est. 1998 - Group Resolution Process Support Tel.: (+ 31) (0)70 3243475 or car: (+ 31)(0)65 4685114 http://www.mindatwork.nl and/or taoSystems: + 31 (0)30 6377973 - Mindatwork@taoNet.nl

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