Influence & Leadership: A Teacher's Journey

Jul 30, 2018 1 Min Read
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Leaders lead by mobilising people around a compelling vision of the future, by inspiring them to follow the leader’s footsteps, but how does one lead anyway?

Here’s where John French and Bertram Raven’s ‘Five Bases of Power’ comes in handy. What base are you using to lead in your organisation? Which base is the most effective when it comes to leadership? What can we do to make a difference in the community we’re placed in?

Our Leaderonomics’ Client Engagement Partner and former teacher, Chen Wei Mei shares her thoughts about influence and leadership with Freda Liu in today’s Raise Your Game session on BFM89.9.

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