Great Leaders Know they are Incomplete – Andre Obradovic

Aug 1 • ClarkMorgan Insights, Management and Leadership Insights • 4447 Views • 1 Comment on Great Leaders Know they are Incomplete – Andre Obradovic

NO LEADER IS FLAWLESS.  Great leaders acknowledge that they are incomplete, and in doing so, complement their weaknesses with their team around them. So says Andre Obradovic.

Andre’s leadership experience began in the Australian Army. Upon discharge, Andre began his corporate career with Cisco Systems, before moving to Samsung. Today, he splits his time between coaching leaders, through Which Path, and leading a privately held high tech company.

In this ClarkMorgan Insight, Andre highlights the four critical leadership capabilities of ‘sense-making’, ‘relating’, ‘visioning’ and ‘inventing’ – four capabilities needed by all organisations, big and small – and why no single leader should expect to be great in all areas.

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One Response to Great Leaders Know they are Incomplete – Andre Obradovic

  1. Morry Morgan says:

    For those interested in learning more about the incomplete leader, here is a link to the original Harvard Business Review titled ‘In Praise of the Incomplete Leader’ by Deborah Ancona, Thomas W. Malone, Wanda J. Orlikowski, and Peter M. Senge:

    http://www.oncourse.com.au/articles/In%20Praise%20of%20the%20Incomplete%20Leader.pdf

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