The paradox of empowerment
Many leaders and organisations say that they want their people to be empowered.
Leaders recognise that empowerment equals better engagement, improved well-being and ultimately better business performance.
However, people cannot be empowered.
In this short article Richard Cartlidge explores why there is a paradox in empowerment and offers a way for leaders to address this issues using readily available and trainable skills.
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