Leadership is not a synonym for management, it has nothing to do with titles or personal attributes. So, what is it? How can we become leaders? And most importantly, why?

While researching this topic, I found “What is leadership” by Kevin Kruse, which I liked particularly. I thought about sharing the key takeaways from that blog post as it expresses very well the general points about what is and what is not leadership.

Let’s start defining what is not leadership

Leadership has nothing to do with titles.

Leadership has nothing to do with your personal attributes.

Leadership and management are not synonymous.

So, what is leadership then? Why would anyone want to become a leader? Can everyone become a leader? How to become a better leader?

Read the full post: https://chemaclass.com/blog/the-beauty-of-leadership/

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Bikeshed +‎ -ing

The concept was first presented as a corollary of his broader “Parkinson’s law” spoof of management. “Bikeshedding” is a dramatized form for the “Law of triviality”.

C. Northcote Parkinson observed that a committee whose job is to approve plans for a nuclear power plant may spend the majority of its time on relatively unimportant but easy-to-grasp issues, such as what materials to use for the staff bikeshed while neglecting the design of the power plant itself, which is far more important but also far more difficult to criticize constructively.

Continue reading at
https://chemaclass.com/blog/bikeshedding/

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Jose Maria Valera Reales

Jose Maria Valera Reales

Aka: Chema. I love writing about stuff that I find interesting and bring some value to my life, so I can share them with you. https://chemaclass.com