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Why Power Rarely Follows Position

It seems more the rule than exception that managers are promoted, but not prepared. Ill equipped for new responsibilities, feelings extra pressure, and lacking necessary new skill sets, the new manager may be lulled into believing power follows the promotion or position. It does not. Authority may increase,

Monica Wofford produces the Monday Moment weekly and develops leaders.

Rarely Shared Secrets of Leadership Expectations

Every leader (and every person actually) maintains expectations.  While typically aimed at employees, leadership expectations, for example, are applied to those who perform at high levels and they’re seen as high performers partly based on the perception that they’re meeting expectations. Those

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