Johnnie Moore

Patience

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

I’ve never met Chris Corrigan and he lives 5000 miles away. And sometimes what he says touches me deeply. Today he talks about patience.

If you have some, you can read the whole thing. If you don’t, here’s a snippet

Patience is an absolutely required leadership skill. Things take time to happen, this is obvious, but more than that, if you are truly leading from a position where you are giving away your power to people, patience allows both for people to take hold of it and for collective intelligence to come into play.

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