The Most Common Leadership Model – And Why It’s Broken

The Most Common Leadership Model – And Why It’s Broken

My comment:

The problem is with the implementation of this – it benefits the organisation but not many in the top – if pockets of leaders in organisations achieved their positions through competency based approach and have a command and control model, now changing over overall value based model means the leader has to
1/be assessed in new way and
2/has to move away from command and control.

It could mean losing their job if the person doesnt think he/she can cope with the change! Some are uncomfortable with losing power as they think command and control gives them power. Cultural transformation has to start at the top, otherwise companies go through an organ rejection mode ( just like how the body rejects a new organ transplant when the fitment us not right), the new employees will get rejected!

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