3 Ways to Build a Culture of Engaged Leaders



During his time at West Point, Jim Collins observed a powerful tension between growth, service, and communal success. Within this paradoxical triangle lies the answer - Collins feels - to creating a culture of engaged leaders.

1. Service: what cause or purpose are we passionately dedicated to and are willing to suffer and sacrifice for?

2. Growth: what huge and audacious challenges should we give people that will push them hard to make them grow?

3. Communal success: What can we do to reinforce the idea that we only succeed by helping each other?

Can you live in the tension of service-growth-communal success? More importantly, can you inspire those you lead to serve the greater good above their own ambition?

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