The core of connective leadership is that you start from multiple truths. You realise that there is a lot of strength and energy in others. Strengthening each other is the starting point. In this way, you start from trust and see energy instead of resistance. You do not want to assert your own truth, but strengthen the power of the people around you by sharing, connecting and being present. You invite people to do the same. This creates a snowball effect, where people stimulate each other and offer feedback in order to improve their work. The perspective is that everyone is different, everyone’s perspectives matter and you can contribute from there. In addition to this, we all work on goals that are determined together. Within connective leadership, we can distinguish between the connective and present domains. In the connective domain, reason is dominant, while in the presence domain, emotion receives all the attention.