A Global Conversation – is a two way conversation

Countries 2013
The visitors to my blog in the last year represent a variety of countries – which is as it should be in a conversation about leadership. The challenges of leadership are not limited to a single worldview or cultural setting. The perspectives on what it means to lead and how to work with people differ in nuance from culture to culture but the challenges are amazingly similar.

I appreciate the fact that this blog has a wide readership – readership encourages me to keep writing and thinking about leadership both from what I see in the practice of leading and what I learn from research.

If I were to change anything at all it would be to encourage readers to talk back more often.  I need your comments even when they may question or disagree with what I write. Help me sharpen my thinking about leadership with your own insights.

The best learning is always what is learned in the process of leading and in conversation with others who lead. Without feedback and comments I run the risk of simply being a noise and not a mentor. Thank you for reading and thank you for your comments. I am a student and that qualifies me to also be a teacher.

4 Replies to “A Global Conversation – is a two way conversation”

  1. I enjoy continuing to learn with you and from you. This blog post is a cool idea. Terry seems to get a lot of comments in her blog, but I would like more also. It is true that learning goes both ways. One of the truths I came across in The First 90 Days book you recommended was that it is good to learn about, but even more important to learn from and learn with others. Thanks for remaining a humble learner and sharing your gifts to the world.

  2. I enjoy continuing to learn with you and from you. This blog post is a cool idea. Terry seems to get a lot of comments in her blog, but I would like more also. It is true that learning goes both ways. One of the truths I came across in The First 90 Days book you recommended was that it is good to learn about, but even more important to learn from and learn with others. Thanks for remaining a humble learner and sharing your gifts to the world.

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