If you believe your organisation would benefit from greater collective leadership then how can it be established? One of the most effective ways is to introduce a set of operating principles, where an operating principle is a conscious choice about how an organisation has decided to operate. It’s a conscious choice between two, or more, equally valid alternatives.
In the context of developing organisational leadership, operating principles define the choices that have been made in order to develop the chosen style of leadership.
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This is the third of three articles on collective leadership and describes a set of operating principles for establishing collective leadership as the dominant leadership model. The first article makes the case for greater collective leadership and the second will help you to understand whether you and your leadership colleagues are practising collective leadership.