Many factors can influence our personal style of leadership—from the behaviors of great leaders we have served under, to insights gleaned from books and articles, to what we learn from attending conferences and seminars, and even from our neighbors and work colleagues. Building your own leadership philosophy takes time and effort. It is an intentional evolutionary process of exploration and development.
This week, Darren Frye offers readers assistance in organizing their journey of leadership skillbuilding. Read his blog at Farm Futures and discover new ways to think about developing your own leadership prowess.