Perhaps that’therefore leadership is tough to evaluate. Everything comes down to handling relationships and judging remarks including our own after the decisions are made.
Jennifer Garvey Berger applies this framework to leadership. In her opinion, great leaders make those around them feel bigger, bolder and able to do things. A charismatic leader, on the other hand, awes you and so you feel about the leader, not you.
Self-Authoring Mind (some adults): we change from supporting ourselves in the eyes of others to establishing an inner sense of self, and start to direct ourselves independently. We have limitations, values, aims and drive that comes from inside, and those govern our direction.

Reading some books such as Creative Selection, I’rsquo & m convinced Jobs .
1 way of looking at leadership development is by way of Adult Development Theory, an idea pioneered by Dr. Robert Kegan, a developmental psychologist at Harvard that borrows from other people within the field.

Tricky company!
It’s very tough question. How do you judge a pioneer? Is it financial achievement? The loyalty they engender? Their ability to inspire? You will find peace-time leaders and war-time leaders. Leaders may be zealous. I’m not convinced rsquo & we;ll ever be able to say definitively what constitutes a great leader. Regardless, we want to improve our ability if it’s a small team or a Fortune 500. But how?

Both think the heart of leadership starts with listening and being able to balance the outside points of view using a solid sense of self (values, leadership, belief).

Simon Sinek likens leadership to falling in love with a person. We perform habits of compassion and living by our values Daily. That’s we become leaders in others’ eyes.

Adult growth theory has five stages. The first two we grow in youth: imperial mind and spontaneous mind. The three we learn from adulthood. I’t put together a quick outline below.
Socialized Mind (most adults): we have built relationships with our staff and those societal connections influence our thoughts the most. We see ourselves look for external validation from others about the way we and the way others see us ’re performing as leaders.
Kegan said that we find ourselves one step forward in development of where we really are. Where do you want to have to?