3 results for tag: jeff suderman


What if Everything Rises and Falls on Followership?

Dr. Jeff Suderman is an organizational development consultant and futurist. He helps organizations achieve their goals by enhancing or organizational health, focusing strategy and helping organizations be FutureReady. He is a father, husband, professor, speaker, leader and an active follower. Please check out his blog. A well-worn leadership adage states that “Everything rises and falls on leadership”. I was once an ardent supporter of this belief. As an emerging leader, it made me feel important and it validated much of my work and academic career. After all, leaders make things happen! As time passed, I came to an important realization – ...

THE LEADERSHIP ELEPHANT: Why You Lead (Part 1)

Here's part 2 of my friend Jeff Suderman's guest post on THE LEADERSHIP ELEPHANT.  Jeff is a management consultant that works with businesses and non-profit organizations. He helps organizations by improving organizational health and strategic clarity. Jeff can be reached at jlsuderman@gmail.com or on LinkedIn. In my last guest blog, I outlined a model of triadic leadership as a means to understand different components of leadership. In summary, it provides elements (Figure 1), which when viewed together, form three foundational elements of leadership. In this post, I will provide a short synopsis of one of the corners of the triad – why a ...

The Leadership Elephant: The Triadic Tensions of Leadership

I'm privileged to introduce you to one of my friends Jeff Suderman. He has written a guest blog below. Jeff is a management consultant that works with businesses and non-profit organizations. He helps organizations identify business challenges and develop solutions which help achieve mission effectiveness. He completed his Doctorate in Strategic Leadership at Regent University and been awarded the Canadian Governor General’s Gold Medal for Academic Achievement. Jeff can be reached at jlsuderman@gmail.com or on LinkedIn. I’ll start with a simple confession – I’ve read far too much on the subject of leadership. While I’m at it, ...