Action Wheel Leadership

Who could not love that man?

by pixie martin
(minneapolis, mn, usa)

Bob Terry, the dancing bear, as some have described him, excited every room he entered and, when people left the room, they carried his teachings deep in their bones. I am searching for a written description of his diamond model and am having trouble finding it online. Any suggestions as to where to find it, apart from course notes or memory?

Pixie Martin

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Jan 03, 2009
The Model
by: Judie Ramsey

Hi Pixie,

Bob first described the Diamond Model (and the features of action) in his first book: For Whites Only. In his next book, Authentic Leadership: Courage in Action he developed the "features of action" further which then became the Action Wheel. His book 7 Zones for Leadership continued the development of his action/authentic leadership theories.

The Action Wheel is still the basis of all the work we do and is descibed at length on the pages of this site.

Feel free to use the contact page here if you want more info.

Thanks for connecting.


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