When we keep our leadership ideas in the boardrooms and conference rooms we keep it away from the larger discussion with the diverse communities we crave. Here’s a great blog about a TEDx conference that played presentations on a bus, or MaxiTaxi, in Port of Spain Trinidad. I found it really moving, having worked both inside powerful organizations and outside, part of many different conversations that rarely overlap. Watch the video — it’ll make your day. For me, it made me remember that the greatest joy of leading (or teaching) is that once we share, we get to join a conversation where we get to follow!
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