Engagement isn’t just for leaders and the people they lead. It’s also important for leaders to engage with their peers, write authors Bob Anderson and Bill Adams of the recently released book Mastering Leadership: An Integrated Framework for Breakthrough Performance and Extraordinary Business Results. I did a riff on Anderson’s and Adams’ quote, “Leadership teams must work deliberately and unflaggingly on the quality of their own engagement” for this month’s column in Smartblog on Leadership titled, 10 questions to create better engagement with your leadership teams. Go on over and check it out to learn how you can:
- Find out if you’re doing your best to shape interactions with your peers
- Help your colleagues learn and grow
- Step up to resolve conflicts and facilitate communication
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