Use this to remind you that as a manager you have the power to compel staff to do what you say. But only they can recognise you as their leader.
Robert Goffee and Gareth Jones argue that there is often an inbuilt assumption that because a person has been appointed to a particular position they have the right to lead. But leadership doesn’t work like that. It’s the followers who bestow the title of leader upon a person and is not something that a manager can demand.
Select and reveal specific weaknesses to their followers. This is done to show they are vulnerable human beings just like everyone else.
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