How to Nurture Leadership with a Community of Practice

a community of practice team works toward growthAre you aspiring to be a great team leader? What does that involve? I love this quote by Orrin Woodward, “Average leaders raise the bar on themselves; good leaders raise the bar for others; great leaders inspire others to raise their own bar.”

In any goal-oriented community, we learn and grow by observing and practicing in a safe space with other learners.  I’ve found that the establishment of Communities of Practice for leaders to share, develop and learn about leadership is a way to aid in the growth of burgeoning leaders exponentially. Not only does the primary leader becoming more effective in their own work, but all members of the community also become powerful thought partners for each other.

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Louise J Santiago, PhD
Executive Coach and Organizational Consultant

Where Leadership is Intentional Work

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