Jose Ruiz | Forbes Councils Member | Published Feb 10, 2020, 08:00am
The definition of “leadership” varies from expert to expert, even from person to person. And a good leader in one culture may not be so in another, unless some adjustments are made. It’s because leadership isn’t written in stone. It’s a social construct, and there is no one formula that guarantees the result of a specific leadership.
In other words, leadership is by default actually fluid. A leader can’t force a particular leadership style if it doesn’t provide any favorable result. A leader must adapt or perish, which can be largely determined by change or no change, risks, priorities, technicality, crisis or no crisis, people being led and others.