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(1) Instead of an individual’s status or title, it is his/ her Leadership Point of View (LPV) that determines a leader; furthermore, it will be too late for people to start building their LPV after they sit in leadership positions;
(2) Different from points of view (POV) of a follower, a bureaucrat, an administer or a contrarian, the LPV requests an individual to be capable to see what needs to be done, to understand all the underlying forces at play in a situation, and to have the courage to initiate action to make things better;
(3) To develop the leadership, the first thing that needs to be done is in yourself (“managing energy in yourself” or “self-leadership”). By constant studies, practices and active learning, people …show more content…
Chapter 2 looks into leadership from a broader perspective.
1) Apart from self-leadership, leadership is also about working on the quality of relationships with the followers.
2) Leadership involves a vision or strategic thinking about what kinds of “change” made by the leaders themselves, their followers and the entire organization (the Diamond Model of Leadership) can achieve a brighter future. It is noticeable that these elements are not