The second belief in our book is that leaders who successfully blend their practices both design spaces (physical, virtual) and care for those spaces. A key to this is that the leader is both interested in the user experience and user interface — again for both physical and virtual spaces — and that the leader has a keen sense of the perspective of those whom he or she is meant to lead (that is, empathy).
If you want the people you lead to be the beneficiaries of technology and feel comfortable entering technological spaces to perform job tasks more efficiently and even joyfully, they must feel that an interested, empathetic leader is monitoring those spaces and making continual adjustments to improve them.
For this graphic I just used the draw tool to draw some colorful dots around the border and then used the text tool and copied/pasted the text inside. I used two variations on the same font family (American Typewriter).
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