Rethinking Leadership Expectations: Moving From Hero to Host

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Holly Elissa Bruno with Margaret (Meg) Wheatley, Ed.D., George Couros

Our world and the responsibilities of leaders have have become too complex for the old model of leadership. According to our guests, the notion of viewing the leader as hero and primary source of great ideas is no longer viable. We must embrace a new paradigm, where in the leader is “host” of a structure that extracts great ideas from many people and sources.
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Episode Guests
Margaret Wheatley’s best selling book, Leadership and the New Science proposed a radically systemic shift in our understanding of leadership. Now Meg and co-author, Debrah Frieze challenge our thinking again with Walk Out Walk On: A Learning Journey into Communities Daring to Live the Future Now. George Couros is currently a school principal K-12 at Forest Green School and Connections for Learning, located in Canada. He is also the creator and author of the Connected Principals collaborative blogs.
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