The language we use in describing innovative ideas is very important. So, although MIX wishes to redefine leadership, its efforts are still, albeit unwittingly, seeped in the traditional ideology of leadership as an individual trait. So, on one hand, it is said that we wish to move away from standard command-and-control principles, and on the other hand, we still need to motivate and align employees. Thus, the mindset is still on acting on another human being to get him or her to do something that he or she would not otherwise do. Yet, if we truly want people to commit to an enterprise with full engagement, we don’t motivate them (as soon as we do, we are already behind the 8-ball). We hope that they are already motivated and committed. So leadership in this case involves working together as part of a collective practice and improvising around the daily problems that confront us. If leadership is interpreted in this way - as a practice, members of the leadership group or entity, by seeking to understand and reflect on their practice, can reconstruct it in light of their reflections and on behalf of their mutual interests. So, leadership development is not motivating others to do what you want, it is dialoguing together about how we can improve the project we are currently working on.