Definitions

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  • adj. Typical of, or befitting for a leader.
  • adj. Referring to the property of leading all together (collectively) and at the same time (concurrently).

Etymologies

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leader +‎ -ful.

Examples

  • The basis of a leaderful team is having opportunities for everyone to contribute something.

    Building 'Leaderful' Teams

  • Having a leaderful team ensured that authority was passed on to the team members completely.

    Building 'Leaderful' Teams

  • My idea of a leaderful team is an extension of the concept of having multiple leaders.

    Building 'Leaderful' Teams

  • A leaderful team makes sure you rely on one another.

    Building 'Leaderful' Teams

  • The goal of each individual in a leaderful team is to achieve personal excellence in a cooperative environment.

    Building 'Leaderful' Teams

  • As a coach he has been a revolutionary in his way of building winning organizations, by developing what he calls the "leaderful team," in which every player is prepared, technically and psychologically, to step up to lead -- or to step back to support, as needed.

    How Hierarchies Do Harm

  • As a coach he has been a revolutionary in his way of building winning organizations by developing what he calls the "leaderful team."

    Building 'Leaderful' Teams

  • What change did you notice in the results you got after you introduced the leaderful team idea?

    Building 'Leaderful' Teams

  • A leaderful team makes sure the players own their tactics.

    Building 'Leaderful' Teams

  • "I used to call it a leaderless movement but I now call it a leaderful movement because so many people stepped up to do things."

    Forbes.com: News

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