If altruistic leadership makes so much sense, if it would create goodwill and cause others to act positively, why is it so hard to do? It’s like the difference between eating a donut and eating a steak.
There will come a time when you need your charges to dig deep, to exert themselves in a way you can’t compensate. In a quid pro quo existence, when you really challenge your followers, if you can’t reward them now, you will have to pay them later.
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