The "accepting" leadership story - Deepstash

The "accepting" leadership story

Leaders who use this lens didn't consider themselves as leaders until they realized others were following them. People came to them for answers, guidance, and support.

This group tends to supporting or serving the needs of others above themselves, often with a low-key attitude.

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Reading is my passion, leadership is my favourite non-fiction. A bit of a geek.

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