The three dimensions of meta-leadership create a holistic view that incorporates the internal aspects of leadership (capacity) with the external aspects (capability). They are universal yet are distinct in how they are revealed and demonstrated in each individual. The three dimensions are profoundly practical yet intellectually rigorous.
Dr. Leonard Marcus (left) shared insights with readers of Domestic Preparedness Journal into how the Meta-leadership framework has continued to evolve through field research, learning through customer engagements, and continual exploration of fields such as applied neuroscience. The meta-leadership concept [...]
This recent post by Eric McNulty at strategy+business discusses the importance of constructive argument for innovation and organizational agility: Becoming too entrenched in your own position can lead to blind spots resulting from cognitive biases and positional prejudice — the [...]
Swarm Intelligence in nature can help inform leader behaviors This post by Dr. Lenny Marcus originally appeared at NatGeo.com. In the course of our research on leaders of the Boston Marathon Bombings Response, we discovered an extraordinary phenomenon. [...]
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