Six Tips to Become a Multivocal Leader

Rob Llewellyn By Rob Llewellyn

Six Tips to Become a Multivocal Leader

Born in Florence, Italy in1389, Cosimo de' Medici used multivocal leadership to get people to work together and bring out their strengths; and the best leaders still do that today.
In this Harvard Business Review article Brian Uzzi suggests that those aspiring to becoming a multivocal leader should demonstrate fluency between team members, develop a curiosity about people,  be self-aware of one’s strengths and weaknesses, expand one's own perspective, and conduct ongoing self-assessment.

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With over 20 years helping managers and leaders generate commercial value from technology, Rob Llewellyn is dedicated to helping the new breed of digital economy professionals write the next digital economy success stories.

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