Wednesday, February 5, 2014

On the benefits of lazy but intelligent leadership....

"These people can be challenging to work with. They delegate and trust people to do their jobs. They don't micromanage; they question. They avoid unproductive things (think meetings, paper shuffling, busy work). They don't seek consensus because often that means more work, not less. They focus on a few key priorities. They don't run around with solutions looking for problems."

As excerpted from this interesting post on various combinations of characteristics and their potential impact on a workplace.

thanks tyler

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