Part III of Scott Sedam's series on the seven responsibilities of leadership
Since I began this three-part series on leadership in the July issue of Professional Builder, I have become even more aware of the ways and means of leaders I observe both within and outside of home building. The more I study them, the less validity I see in any trait-based or attribute models of leadership. There are common outcomes of leadership to consider, however. At the forefront is the ability of a leader to get a group of people, whether they are family or they work in the public or private sector, to willingly do what they likely would not do?work at a higher level than thought possible and achieve things beyond their previous imaginings.