Both individual AND collective leadership effectiveness are required for thriving organizations. Senior leaders inherently create a collective level of effectiveness by the way they lead together. Their combined effectiveness sets the pattern and tone for all of the organization’s leaders, reinforcing a way of leading and sends the message about “what’s expected.”
Research tells us that 38 percent of organizational performance can be traced to the impact of collective leadership. Helping to improve collective leadership creates a competitive advantage and the ability to create a thriving workplace.