If you are a senior leader interested in adopting the Community of Practice approach to leadership development in your organization, please consider the crucial role you can play in these communities. Firstly, your participation brings legitimacy to any activity. Even a brief appearance at the beginning or end of a gathering can serve as significant encouragement to both new and experienced practitioners to attend. If you’re going to be there, it’s probably important. Secondly, engaging with communities of practice within your organization provides a wonderful opportunity for you to share some of the broader, more general philosophies you hold about leadership. This is a great way for new professionals to gain exposure to the higher level strategic thinking that goes on in your organization. While I have no doubt that your time is in high demand, the benefits your organization can reap from your engagement in community activities are worth the investment. Please come jam with us!
March 15, 2013
Come jam with us
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