When someone has an idea and says “We can do it,” Cooper allows that person to lead the process, provided that he or she can develop a workable strategy.
Turning over ownership of an idea to its creator is a deceptively simple way to build leadership from below. Consider: If you’ve ever had a great idea and lost control of it to someone who outranks you, you know how tempting it can be to keep your next big idea to yourself … and seek new opportunities elsewhere.
—Adapted from “He Who Says It, Does It,” Business 2.0.
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