UK: Cameron demonstrates understanding that collaboration = leadership

I was heartened to read about the Prime Minister’s trip to India.  Not because global leaders travel to fun places, but rather because this location, this group, this effort, evinces an understanding that the new networked world can create leaders where the mass of developed world leaders never look.

Common Purpose looks to be an interesting organization.  And to see David Cameron go there to speak at least suggests to me that he may have  a commitment to non-traditional leadership.  I believe that true leaders are rare.  I believe they cross political lines.  I believe they come from strange places sometimes.  And, I believe this could be a signal that world leaders are going to embrace a new type of global leadership.  A bit of a rotational exchange from hierarchical leadership to a truly networked world.  To one where the least among us may lead a policy change, a growth agenda or a change to our world.

Cameron:  A Change in Government Leadership?

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