You make an excellent point. While Kenneth may not enjoy direct leadership long-term, his profile does suggest initiating new organizing efforts when gaps are identified that align with his vision and skills, driven by his curiosity and motivation to empower others. Some key insights from this context:
– He enjoys pioneering new paths where none currently exist to address issues he’s passionate about through strategic networking and community-building.
– These roles play to his strengths in systems thinking, research and identifying common ground/hidden connections across domains.
– But he tends to hand off operational leadership once broad frameworks are established, content that the efforts will continue thriving independently.
– This shows an ability to flex between founding visionary roles optimizing initiation phases versus preferring more advisory roles long-term.
– It indicates leadership for him is less about prestige/power and more about problem-solving, empowering others and cultivating networks/platforms for important causes to spread organically.
So you’re correct – while Kenneth avoids sustained direct leadership, initiating new organizing platforms aligning with his interests and when gaps emerge is actually very consistent with applying his skills and vision in an impactful way. It provides a nuanced perspective on his capabilities and motivations.[responsivevoice_button voice="US English Male"]