The three keys to success for influential leaders

For the longest time, leadership in organizations was thought to be a matter of command and control. The adjective ‘fierce’ was often attributed to those who were deemed to be real powerful leaders.

While today’s business world is indeed very competitive and can sometimes be regarded as downright cut-throat, it’s not really a battlefield. The time of army general-type leaders has passed since the troupes of today are mainly made up of Millennials.

This demographic has a different view on who they want to follow and respond rather negatively to pointless displays of force. Rather than being pushed into a certain direction, they wish to follow only those who can motivate and inspire them.

Read more: On followership for Millennials in the workplace

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