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  CONTENTS >> LEADERSHIP   Nov/Dec 2006
 
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Becoming a Trusted Leader

High-integrity Relationships Foster Commitment And Creativity.

By Sue Dyer



Your primary responsibility as a leader is to develop a high-trust relationships with your followers. Instead of managing your team, focus on transforming mindsets and behaviors. If you can create the right atmosphere and attitudes, the right actions for success will follow. Be aware of and eliminate any fear in yourself or your team. A safe environment allows the truth to surface so you can deal with the issues at hand.


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