I’ve worked in a great group with a truly bad “leader” – who ended up splitting up the group. While I feel fortunate by ending up in the other group, under a new great leader, it’s unfortunate the bad “leader” has continued to be in charge and stymie true accomplishment. The second group I ended up in shares many of the traits of the great group you list, and gives many opportunities. I’ve done things I would not have expected. The lessons do follow what’s listed above – a strong leader who knows what they’re doing, who supports his/her team, rewards as possible – even just giving credit where it’s due rather than taking it!! I’ve found it makes one want to try new things.
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