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Productive response, build trust, siloed thinking

Not all groups are positive or constructive from the leader's perspective. If a group does not respond in a productive way, what could the leader do?

Discuss how transformational leaders often build trust with followers.

Give a brief example of how siloed thinking may affect an organization.

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Not all groups are positive or constructive from the leader's perspective. If a group does not respond in a productive way, what could the leader do?

if a group does not respond in a productive way the leader can take several actions. First the leader can make it clear to the group that becoming productive is an absolute requirement. Second, the leader should identify the nay-Sayers and persuade them to become constructive. Third, the leader should make every important person in the group responsible for making the group productive. He must hold individuals responsible. Fourth, he should encourage the people to speak up and air their grievances so that they can be ...

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