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Do followers need leaders more, or do leaders need followers more? Seven paradoxes of leadership

Summary: Leaders who: are strong ask for help, share power gain power, give more receive more, take the blame avoid blame, take time save time, are not technicians, do not lead
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  • Topics: Leadership
  • Keywords: Leadership
  • Author: Dwyer, Edward J., Dr.
  • Journal: Journal for Quality and Participation