Multiple value creation requires leadership at different levels. This is well illustrated in the Rainbow Model. On a micro level, it’s all about personal characteristics such as competencies, motivations and behavioural styles. At the meso level, it’s about the functioning of the team and the managerial situation. Finally, the macro level is about being able to deal with social developments. Read more
Based on the Rainbow Model, we can distinguish four leadership styles:
Personal leadership is the individual’s ability to lead himself. The basis consists of self-knowledge and an awareness of one’s own talents, qualities and shortcomings. Read more
Within successful teams, the leadership tasks are divided between different people. Based on a clear and inspiring vision, teams are able to formulate and achieve common goals. Read more
Administrative leadership is the ability to translate a strategy into a result. A successful administrative leader supports the (collective) decisiveness and facilitates support for the change. Read more
Social leadership focuses on achieving sustainable innovation and entrepreneurship by encouraging and enabling collaboration in networks.
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