The Relational Leader

Reid, Brad
December 2013
Leadership & Organizational Management Journal;2013, Vol. 2013 Issue 4, p1
Academic Journal
The author presents insights on a relational leader. He states that a relational leader is God-fearing which serves as an anchor that informs and provides perspective for all other activities. He cites the virtues of a good relational leader, which include humility, has self-control, merciful and courageous. He claims that relational leaders constantly connect with their inner self and to God before connecting to employees.


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