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Shared Leadership: Egolessness

A leader with an ego is a bad leader, especially in the long run. An optimized shared leadership role is best suited for someone who only takes up the role when the team or situation demands, and defers or delegates roles and responsibilities to others based on merit.

A true leader is humble and lets other people take up the mantle without judgement.


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