Yesterday we looked at four “essential” but often underappreciated leadership skills. Building others’ leadership capacity was on that list and today we look at an MVP (minimally viable product) for doing so.
Four years ago, several colleagues and I published our findings on four actions school principals used to build others’ capacity. I’ve adapted these a bit to fit a broader audience:
There will be people who move into leadership positions without intentionally being developed, but developing a diverse pool of more leaders with higher levels of competence requires intentional efforts, skills, and strategies.
Consider these questions:
Do good and be well,