Everyone is a Stakeholder at Some Level

By Linda Fisher Thornton "Everyone is a stakeholder at some level, and all stakeholders are important. We should consider all  stakeholders as we lead – those we serve, those we lead, the powerless, the silenced, the planet, and all of humanity."  I shared this important statement in a previous post - it was an aha moment from a Tweetchat I guest-hosted on Leading With Ethics. To reflect on where you are in the journey to leading with the mindset that "everyone is a stakeholder at some level," explore the answers to these important questions: 

“Hearing” All Stakeholders (Even When They’re Not in the Room)?

By Linda Fisher Thornton A quiet group of stakeholders is being considered in leadership conversations. They can't weigh in on major decisions, but they have a lot at stake in the decisions that get made. They are silent stakeholders, and the decisions we make in our meetings every day affects them directly.