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Individualistic and Relationship-Oriented Leadership
Individualistic and relationship-oriented leadership

Relationship-oriented leadership, built on win/win relationships, is closely related to ‘engaging management’ (Gosling and Mintzberg, 2003). Having a collaborative mind-set, being on the inside, being involved, managing throughout an organization, getting things done through other people: all these tend to show that the leader appreciates value-added relationships with people. It's not just being a boss and a subordinate, but being a colleague and a partner. It's not about seeing people as resources or assets which can be moved around, bought ...

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