Smart leaders don't throw temper tantrums

09/18/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

A surprising number of leaders throw tantrums when things go wrong or when they feel challenged, writes Mary Jo Asmus. This is counterproductive: Yelling and screaming drives workers away and actually lessens a leader's authority and power. "If employees are avoiding or abandoning you, you lose followers; and what's a leader without followers?" Asmus writes.

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