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.