When Weak Leaders Are Not A Problem

Most people I talk with describe weak leaders as those who are typically not facilitators, not decisive and not influencers. They are often nice people with good hearts and bring valuable knowledge and experience to the table. They are not a problem with groups that take a self-organized approach to their working together. These groups leverage the resources and freedom they have to organize themselves in meaningful and productive action and impacts. They engage each other well, stay focused though their questions and grounded in their facts and principles. They have a bias for vision and action and tend to be more inclusive and collaborative than isolated and competitive.