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Most people would want to grow in an organization, and strong leadership is essential for both professional and personal growth. Yet many capable team workers are reluctant to move towards a leadership role even when they have an opportunity.
The reason is the various perceived risks that make people not take up leadership roles even when they are deserving and capable.
A manager can identify a suitable and potentially capable employee by assessing his working style and provide them with opportunities for leading that may have a higher chance of success.
This also builds confidence while honing their leadership skills.
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