Yesterday, we hosted a D’Think Chat on Twitter on the topic of leadership with Disney Institute facilitator, Kevin Gober. Our followers shared excellent comments and insights on the qualities of leaders such as maneuvering around difficult situations and various challenges facing leaders of a younger generation. Our final dialogue initiated a thought-provoking conversation on viewpoints about what an excellent leader never does.
Below we share some highlights from that specific question:
From the perpective of Disney Institute, we emphasize that storytelling is a leadership competency that is grounded in our rich heritage. Here are four principles underlying the Disney difference in leadership:
- Operate with a deliberate approach to leadership
- Push leadership throughout the organization
- Rely on surplus-based (not deficit-based) leadership
- Relentlessly focus on leader behaviors
Disney Institute values and appreciates your input. We hope you will join us next month, Wednesday, March 5, for our D’Think Chat focusing on Brand Loyalty held on our Twitter page.
How would you finish the above statement: "An excellent leader never: ____"? Follow us on Twitter and share your comments and experience.