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How To Be An Open Leader

In Eric Jacobson On Leadership, Leadership, Open Leader, Open Leadership, Uncategorized on June 24, 2017 at 6:42 am


Open Leadership author Charlene Li reminds leaders to periodically ask themselves these “open leadership skills assessment” questions:

  1. Do I seek out and listen to different points of view?
  2. Do I make myself available to people at all levels of the organization?
  3. Do I actively manage how I am authentic?
  4. Do I encourage people to share information?
  5. Do I publicly admit when I am wrong?
  6. Do I update people regularly?
  7. Do I take the time to explain how decisions are being made?

Thanks for these great questions, Charlene!

Be An Open Leader

In Eric Jacobson On Leadership, Leadership, Open Leadership on December 11, 2015 at 7:50 pm


Open Leadership author Charlene Li reminds leaders to periodically ask themselves these “open leadership skills assessment” questions:

  • Do I seek out and listen to different points of view?
  • Do I make myself available to people at all levels of the organization?
  • Do I actively manage how I am authentic?
  • Do I encourage people to share information?
  • Do I publicly admit when I am wrong?
  • Do I update people regularly?
  • Do I take the time to explain how decisions are being made?

Thanks for these great questions, Charlene!

How To Be An Open Leader

In Eric Jacobson Leadership, Eric Jacobson On Leadership, Open Leader, Open Leadership on March 15, 2015 at 9:50 am


Open Leadership author Charlene Li reminds leaders to periodically ask themselves these “open leadership skills assessment” questions:

  • Do I seek out and listen to different points of view?
  • Do I make myself available to people at all levels of the organization?
  • Do I actively manage how I am authentic?
  • Do I encourage people to share information?
  • Do I publicly admit when I am wrong?
  • Do I update people regularly?
  • Do I take the time to explain how decisions are being made?

Thanks for these great questions, Charlene!

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