February 22, 2014

Power Struggle

Today I thought that there is a slim border between the democratic leader and ineffective leader. What I mean is basically if a leader want to seem more democratic and do not have power to take tough decisions, and followers drive the organization, we do not need to have a leader which is honestly ineffective leadership, so followers can break the bonds of leadership. I do not think that taking over the leadership from the ineffective leader is an issue, if you have high amount of followers. Being more democratic always has always scared me, because honestly I felt that I cannot control the discussions and lead the team through the right path.

However, what I have learned from this module is actually I am able to control the discussions going around and lead effectively (according to assessments), although I didn’t use my autocracy over followers.

Finally, I really thank to my brilliant team who are Vincent, Jaat, Sandra, Osama, Kwang. It was a great pleasure to have worked with them.

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