Why bosses should climb off their pedestals

07/23/2013 | USA Today

Great leaders don't stand apart from employees, strutting and shouting instructions; they lead by example, Andrea Kay writes. Only by getting personally involved can bosses understand the details of the work or ensure workers are pulling their weight and are motivated. "A leader's job is to descend from the mountaintop to make sure that's happening," Kay writes.

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