By: Roberto Priolo, Planet Lean
Most leaders interested in lean have to learn how to become teachers, a very difficult process not everybody is able to complete. Hereford learned to be a teacher right at the beginning of his career, which – he admits – is an advantage.
According to him, what’s changed in his leadership style over the years is that there is less dependency on the rational part of the brain and more openness towards accepting people for where they are at and helping them progress from there.
Read the full article at PlantLean.