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LEADERSHIP PARADOX AND INTER-TEAM RELATIONS2 Leadership Paradox and Inter-team Relations A. Leadership paradox Leadership paradox involves varied views regarding a leadership position. In this regard, while a team needs a leader figure, his availability threatens the team’s autonomy (Obolensky, 2017). A defined leadership approach can be conceived by providing a suitable model. Leadership paradox defines the ideas that leaders use in transforming a broken system into a free system with its own set of capabilities. While people engage in unity, freedom and promoting self-determination, others participate and thrive in between system relationships. However, fear and anxiety are a context of numerous systems. This predisposes the leader as a crucial link to the success of a team but not the most important within the organization (Cronin & Genovese, 2015). For example, a leader may develop their culture which is a mirror of their personalities
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  • Fall '18
  • Dr Fred Rose
  • Inter-team Relations, leadership paradox, Leadership Paradox Inter-t

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