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Respect and Leadership go together. You can't have one without the other. Therefore, it is important to know how to gain respect and to maintain morale with good leadership skills.

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Self Esteem and Leadership

A leader with high self esteem does not feel threatened by others ideas. A person with high self esteem will not have a problem with letting the subordinates be empowered and accomplish great things. High self esteem makes the leader want to see the best in others as they see in themselves the good in the world.

A leader with low self esteem will feel threatened by ideas and empowered employees. They will tend to try and control people. They are often afraid that if they do not control people that they will lose their leadership role. A better leader may emerge forth and that would be bad. That is why the leader with low self esteem will often try and hire people just a little below their ability. In that way, a low self esteem person will not feel threatened.

All leaders feel a certain degree of anxiety, from their positions. The great leader puts the organization first and is the most committed. The great leader is more concerned about being part of something great and accomplishing the task than worrying over who is going to get what position.

 

 

 


 

 

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