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Effective leadership that produces tangible change comes from neither attempts at creating charismatic mandates based on the CEO's personal vision, nor is it led by a prescribed set of generalized steps. To transcend the paradox of leading effective change, indeed the challenge of true leadership, is to recognize that what may appear less heroic in fact entails more astute listening to signals from the font-line, and it reflects the ability to translate these into a compelling definition of the company's reality that can engage and challenge the range of management talent. In a sense, the leader is the middle-man who stimulates front-line managers to search for realistic and measurable targets.
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