Punished by Rewards - Power LO14597

Jim Ross (jross@centuryinter.net)
Sun, 03 Aug 1997 12:02:17 -0500

Replying to LO14586 --

James Bullock said:

>There's power when one can enlist the commitment of a respected other in a
>vision, which we then can work together to make real. Bringing such a
>thing to another is quite a gift, and a priveledge. Trouble is, the
>must be worthy of the commitment, so there's no place for "gotcha" games
>of false enlistment.

The power of the manager comes from the organization, the power of the
leader comes from those he or she leads and is infinitely harder to get
and easier to lose. A leader knows this and recognizes that when he or she
has this "power", it *is* a "gift and a priveledge."

Jim Ross

Jim Ross


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