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Bill Thomas is Managing Principal of Mustard Seed Investments, Inc. He is also Publisher and Director of the Leadership-Toolkit[TM], Awesome Leaders![TM] and Innovative Leadership Seminars![TM]. He trains and coaches clients in over 75 countries on various business, organizational leadership, innovative business practices, strategy and technology issues. He also writes papers and consults and lectures on the new models, skills and resources required for wealth creation by knowledge professionals and executives in the Imagination Age.

Saturday, December 11, 2004

Leading Innovation Requires Skills, Training and Development of Contextual Knowledge

Context = Features + Influences + Effects

Which contextual features affect leadership roles? How and in what ways can the situational context influence your leadership styles?

Contextual features or cues reflect, exhibit the effects, and demonstrate the multiple varieties of the produced results for
  • a given situation or moment of time,
  • unique properties of the involved groups or individual people,
  • the motivated mission and purpose of the organization,
  • the prevailing moods or dominant influences driving segments of society

Leading a particular enterprise requires development of contextual-based forces, conditions and knowledge and training in contextual-evaluation skills.

Contextual qualities are multi-dimensional factors which serve to support, impede or restrain the efforts of leaders. In effect, we could conclude that it is the contextual settings and times which convict, compel and call-forth the leader to take decisive action.

Do you need to know how to read, evaluate and transform your contextual cues into successful actions, solutions and decisions? If so, learn how you can develop the critical know-how and be trained in the leadership skills you need to make innovation a daily occurrence in your organization. Visit this page:



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