Age Old Wisdom on Leadership Part 5: Pulling it all Together with Project Management
Over the last four weeks, I have explained the meaning of all four parts of the Medicine Wheel within us. Unfortunately, most of us have gotten a little lazy with developing our full leadership capacity. Rather than intentionally taking on challenges and tasks and developing skills that make us a more balanced and effective leader, we tend to rely on others to fill our gaps. We marry them, go into partnership with them and employee them to address issues that we should be facing on our own. This leads me to our final input in this series: How can we develop our areas of weakness? One way is to faithfully use the wheel as a project management and/or problem-solving tool.
After extensively studying various models on project management and creative problem solving, I