Why leaders shouldn't try to fly solo

01/16/2014 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

You can't lead if you don't build relationships with your followers, writes Mary Jo Asmus. That means that every leader should strive to become a "people person," spending a substantial amount of time interacting with employees. "Sitting in your office with minimal interaction with others isn't a strategy for success. You must be a people person in order to be a leader," Asmus writes.

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