Leadership for Collective Intelligence

Many leaders, regardless of their success, can often feel stuck and unable to progress, and this sometimes brings about counter-productive behavior such as negative comments, judgments, or even blame avoidance. A negative attitude prevents leaders from advancing and can in turn harm the company.

Once these guidelines were applied, multiple leaders have discovered that teams had a strong but unexplored potential. To promote collective intelligence, leaders can help colleagues give the absolute best of themselves by deeply focusing on a knowledge sharing culture and capi-talizing on the best practices in the workplace. To achieve positive change, leaders should go beyond simply learning particular techniques, and also try to rid themselves of certain behav-iors.

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