There is no such thing as leadership that works for every organization. Leaders immerse in their context and become part of the system before trying to change things. They learn about the institutional forces of their context and take them into account. The first thing to do "when new in town" is to observe, listen and adapt.
Each situation has it’s own challenges and rules and leadership adapts to it. “Leadership is like a chameleon”, spoke Dr. Peter Piot as he received the leadership award in 2010 from the Flemish Management Association. “Chameleons adapt to the environment, have 360° view, hold still patiently and have a great sense of timing to strike.” “Leadership relates to the context…