What does it mean to be a leader?
Is it authority and power alone? Is it the ability to front a large multinational or hold the fates of employees in our hands? Or does our vision of meaningful leadership extend beyond simply being at the top?
Responding to recent research on the gender differences between men and women leaders, I’ve been looking at what it means to be a leader at the level of meaning. Are men defined by a quest for authority? What can we learn from women in leadership and The Third Metric? What implications could changing our vision of leadership have for solving our global problems?
You can read the full article on The Huffington Post.