Leadership and Learning Promote Positive Team Work!

library by nils geylen

library by nils geylen

“Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.” – John F. Kennedy

Leadership isn’t a position held just by those who hold a title ; it is a position held by all of us.

Within our families, communities and careers each of us can choose to be a leader.  In our interactions and in the decisions we make we can be inspiring role models for others. I am always surprised to hear back from people that I worked with as a young social worker in the field about the things that I did or said that made a difference in their lives.  Trust me, the things that you say and do do make a difference in the lives of others.

To be a strong leader, a dedication to learning is essential.  Every day new information on leadership development helps us to understand how we all can be better leaders, develop stronger teams and build positivity in our personal and work lives. A fundamental aspect of utilizing all this new information is appreciatively observing ot

hers.  Asking the question:  What do people you admire do well?

Being a strong leader also means being curious.   Read some of the books I recommend in the Leader’s Library–you will get great ideas about the effective ways people and organizations are responding to the changes we all are facing.  Leaders are not born, they are made through experience, learning from mistakes and the lifelong pursuit of creating solutions for the greater good.

Have you learned anything new recently about connecting with your teams?  Please share your thoughts; it’s always welcomed to hear more about your experiences on learning and leadership.

p.s. I always am interested in what you think about these discussions. Please post your thoughts on the blog…your constructive criticism and support is appreciated!

Dr. Lynn K. Jones
, Certified Personal and Executive Coach

Your Mojo Maven


  1. Alejandra O. on May 26, 2011 at 4:50 pm

    “Leadership isn’t a position held by just those who hold a title-“ Thank you for this post. I understand that we all learn from others, having positive leader in my life has helped me see the leadership in others an in return I started seen the leader in me. Yes, sometimes I do think I need a big title to be a leader but slowly this myth is starting to be just that a myth.

    • lynnkjones on May 26, 2011 at 5:53 pm

      Love hearing about your own personal myth debunking! I know that you have a lot to give and that others will be inspired by your fine example! As a coach, I find that helping people get their mojo is mostly about helping them author a new personal story. All the best to you!

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