16 - and this is the goal for IKEA-Negative freedom – too...

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- Principled leadership: provides a consistent message, has a perspective for unleashing talent, practices ego suppression and creates leaders - Empowerment: process of giving employees the maximum amount of power to do a job as they see fit; includes both responsibility and accountability for work performed 1) Principled leadership is very loose - This would be positive because it gives you freedom to do what you want to do
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Unformatted text preview: and this is the goal for IKEA-Negative freedom – too loose; people wouldn’t take on responsibilities as much and work less efficiently 2) “Let simplicity and common sense characterize your planning”-Use of humbleness: leads to success (ego suppression, if someone steals a model of us, do not bring a lawsuit – negative. Solve the problem by making a new model which will be even better) d...
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