Thursday, July 02, 2009

Leading a dance movement

I found this great video here in a blogpost about leadership in blogging. It's moving when there is a turning point and people come running to join in the dancing. The first 10-15 people seem to play an important role.

So who are you? Are you the one starting something new? (I'm not!)


Anonymous said...

I kind of disagreed.

In my opinion, Not all leaders should be leading. Not all leaders should be leading all the time. Lead only when necessary. Leaders should be supportive and PUSH others to lead, to groom new leaders, to share/the role of leaders etc.

The best moment is when the job is done, the leader is invisible, AND the team members say ... WE DID IT!


Unknown said...

Perhaps more interesting is to see this movie where you can see the same man dancing, and someone joining him that doesn't lead to others joining:

Joitske said...

That's funny- so you need some perseverance :).

Unknown said...

Looks to me like a tipping point. It takes courage, persistence and enjoyment of the moment for its own sake to get others to join you.

Kathryn Alexander (EthicsMaven)