Dan Weil, CPCC


One of the smartest, most ‘connected’ people I have the pleasure of knowing is Kelly Wendorf. Here she writes another great piece, this time: “Getting Ahead by Leading From Behind.” Check it out on the EQUUS website.

This may not be what you expect. You’re invited to be curious.

Getting Ahead by Leading From Behind

By Kelly Wendorf

You know the real beauty of someone not by their appearance, but how you feel about yourself when you are with them. – Unknown

“…That day over lunch, many years ago, demonstrated to me the skill of real leadership—an ability to inspire others to step forward into their own strengths and gifts. People like Dr. Hoffman lead from behind encouraging others out front, instead of leading out front asking others to follow…”