March 17, 2013


Reading about theories of leadership I found that Confidence is a common aspect transversal for many approaches, as followers are suposed to trust and have strong confidence on ther leaders. Regarding this issue I found remarkable that for many authors confidence is something to be achieved inside leadership contexts, which is true given that confidence is gained trhought time, but it could be said that in practice confidence more than an end is a mean, is a way to improve leadership is just a form of managing and modeling leaders and situations. Confidence is escential and is an important part of the relationship between followers and leaders, I would suggest to use confidence as a way to become better leaders and as a mean to improve relatonships more than an final end for leaders.

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  1. Waddah Alharthi

    Nice thoughts Luisa, confident is an vital in all relationship but how to achieve it is vague. People are different and what they expect from their leader differs between individuals. Therefore, knowing that confident is an imperative aspect between leaders and followers, it should be considered as well that it won’t be built in the same way for all individuals.

    18 Mar 2013, 20:53

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