Keith Grint

The power of leaders is a consequence of the actions of followers rather than a cause of it. Otherwise, no parent would ever be resisted by their children, no CEO would ever face a defeat by the board of directors, no general would suffer a mutiny, and no strikes would ever occur. That they do should lead us to conclude that no leader is omnipotent, and that the kind of leadership is a consequence of the kind of followership, rather than a cause of it.

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