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Collaborative Leadership, if Done Correctly, can Greatly Enhance Corporate Culture

Subordinates are expected to follow instructions. This can be changed to collaborative leadership. If done correctly, a great improvement can occur in corporate culture.

Collaborative Leadership requires the support of a leader towards people bottom in hierarchy. This means that there is existence of leader's guidance and direction; but, at the same time, employees receive empowerment to make decisions at their levels. The leader stays ready to provide support to people down there in the hierarchy rather than seeing the employee wander here and there to seek help from other colleagues.

This approach has been observed to have brought a great impact on company culture; hence employee retention.


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