Why power grabs don't pay off

10/29/2013 | KevinEikenberry.com

Some leaders claw their way to the top, but others take a gentler approach, writes Kevin Eikenberry. Winning trust and allowing employees to grant you power as a result is typically more effective than imposing your will on others, Eikenberry explains. "In the end this power will be longer lasting and more valuable than any power ever grabbed or sought," he writes.

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