With so much information about leadership these days, we are inundated with strategies, tips and tricks to becoming a leader and developing the characteristics of a leader.
But what does all this information have to do with actually being a leader if our life — in the areas and with the people that matter most to us?
Using the ontological model of leadership, discover how to lead effectively – not from a strategy, a trait to learn, or something you have to work hard at to apply – but from a true expression of what you love.
“People who are interested in leadership see making something happen as more important than the risk it takes to put oneself out there and make something happen.”
~Steve Zaffron, Best-selling Author, Organizational business consultant
What is Leadership? The Ontological Approach
In the model of leadership from the Being A Leader And The Effective Exercise Of Leadership Course, you won’t find tips, traits, or systems to memorize in order to be a leader. What you will find is a model that give people access to being a leader in all areas of life, no matter the situation or circumstances, all using the ontological model of leadership.
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Steve Zaffron is the founder of Vanto Group, a consulting firm specializing in the design and implementation of large-scale initiatives to elevate organizational performance. He is co-author of the best-selling book ‘The Three Laws of Performance: Rewriting the Future of Your Organization and Your Life‘ (with Dave Logan). See Steve Zaffron’s full biography.
Werner H. Erhard is recognized worldwide as a business, management, and humanitarian leader. He has consulted for numerous corporations and charitable and governmental agencies. See Werner Erhard’s full biography.
Dr. Jeri Echeverria is Professor and Provost Emerita at the California State University, Fresno, and the Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer for the California State University System (ret.). See Jeri Echeverria’s full biography.