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Seven Guiding Principles for Facilitative Leadership

Principle 1: Empowerment

Members are involved in managing all aspects of the operation at the
highest possible empowerment levels.

Principle 2:  Collaboration

Decisions are made in a way that synergistically blends differing ideas
into courses of action that all parties can support.

Principle 3:  Creativity

Creative tension is injected to encourage members to question the status quo.

Principle 4:  Transparency

Relevant and important information is openly and honestly shared with
team members and other stakeholders so that decisions are based on sound

Principle 5:  Systems Thinking

Actions are always taken within the context of the whole organization.

Principle 6:  Feedback

Feedback loops are built in everywhere to ensure that every aspect of both the operation and personal performance is continuously valued and improved.

Principle 7:  Development

Learning and development activities are valued (Bens, 2006, p.40-42)."

Reference:  Bens, I. (2006).  Facilitating to lead: leadership
strategies for a networked world.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass.


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