How to implement "distributed leadership" in the office

06/15/2010 | Great Leadership

Distributed leadership is a relatively new concept but rests on time-tested values, Dan McCarthy writes. In order to create a situation in which distributed leadership is possible, four key factors have to be present: managers who are willing to let go of some of their control; employees who are ready to accept additional responsibilities; a decentralized organizational structure; and clear values.

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