Leaders often have to strike a delicate balance between change and the status quo. They may be expected to be action oriented, but are also required to maintain a sense of continuity. Today leadership is often closely related to the idea that change has to be made to happen, against a background of inertia, and that leaders are particularly endowed with a desire to change, visions of new possibilities, and the skills to manage the processes of change – what used to be called change management. In fact, a change of leadership is often ...
Change-Oriented Leadership and Continuity-Based Leadership
Change-oriented leadership and continuity-based leadership