One voice can shout loudly, or can embolden others. One voice can craft a story, or enable others to craft theirs. One voice can dominate, or use it’s power to create space for others.
Social Leadership is not about owning the space, but rather opening a space. Not about controlling a story, but empowering the evolution of stories. Not about power, but about enablement.
If one voice can dominate a space, it’s the wrong space.
How true: although i guess Organisations sometimes create these ‘allegiance’ spaces for people to demonstrate loyalty and acceptance of a dominant voice.
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