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Unformatted text preview: Kim Mehan Com 439 Reading Reflection #12 December 8, 2011 Introduction Leadership is an important element in being a part of a successful organization. With the help of everyone working together, no one should take credit over another individual. Even if one individual possess talent in one area over someone else, it doesn’t necessarily mean that the individual is better than the rest. In an organization, everyone works together to accomplish goals. To reflect on relevance In chapter 28 from Management of the Absurd, Farson writes about how there are no leaders, only leadership. He says, “Leadership is distributed among members of a group. Relying on one person to provide all the leadership builds expectations that cannot be met.” Individuals like to be in control and be a leader. However, what leaders don’t realize is that they are often led and managed by their employees, from the bottom up. Leaders don’t get into the position without the help of others from their organization. True leaders are defined by the groups they are serving the help of others from their organization....
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