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It's Rare for a King to Overthrow His Own Kingdom

Jazmine Boatman, Ph.D., and Barry Stern, Ph.D.

Empowerment, Engagement, Leading from Behind, Servant Leadership. These are all admirable concepts in a workplace that focuses on the masses instead of the elite. The irony is that these concepts can't be implemented by the massesthey rely on the elite being willing to give up power. Turns out, not many are.

It's Rare for a King to Overthrow His Own Kingdom: The well-being of the workplace masses depends on the leader elites, who are less than willing to loosen their reins and share the power.
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