• It matters not what this kind of leadership is called, collective,
    collaborative, servant, if our discussions of it are limited to, as in this
    case, “methods and techniques” as if leadership is what Kant called, “ding an sich,” a thing as it is in itself.
    There is nothing inherently valuable about leadership or working together.

    Discussions of leadership should include the requirement of explicit and
    inclusive examinations of its purpose, and its purpose in relationship to the
    larger historical, cultural, and political context in which it is engaged.
    Simply put, the value of any process is determined by its content.