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THE 5 SPHERES OF LEADERSHIP

 

Each sphere describes an essential component of leadership. Your key relationships are usually based on capabilities within one or two of these spheres. By delving into the skills and knowledge encompassed by each of these spheres, you can strengthen all of your relationships, and dramatically improve your effectiveness.


5 Spheres of Leadership

THE 5 SPHERES OF LEADERSHIP



 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 

What is Side by Side Leadership?

Side by Side Leadership is a new model for leadership that is two-way, mutual, and interactive between a leader and contributor. Leaders solicit the ideas and knowledge of contributors to achieve the objectives and success of the organization. Contributors accept and complete work assignments, but they also work with others, furnish knowledge, skills and ideas, and share the responsibility for success or failure. Leadership is facilitating Side by Side relationships in pursuit of shared goals. Dr. Romig's Side by Side Leadership model is based upon thousands of control group research studies. The conclusions are: When leadership is shared and mutual, workers are more innovative. They get the work done faster and at less cost.

 

What is Side by Side Teamwork?

Side by Side Teamwork is a methodology based upon more than 2,000 control group research studies that transforms work groups, which are often teams in name only, into consistently high-performing teams. Research shows that when team leaders train and require the whole team to share in leading the team (including team meetings), the result is a 25 to 70 percent improvement in performance.

 

What is Organizational Leadership?

Side by Side Organizational Leaders influence all internal leaders and contributors to uphold values and achieve visionary goals. They also work side by side with leaders of other organizations to achieve mutual goals.  

 

 

Side by Side Organizational Leaders influence all internal leaders and contributors to uphold values and achieve visionary goals. They also work side by side with leaders of other organizations to achieve mutual goals.