This is directly associated with the trust and unity created by the

This is directly associated with the trust and unity

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. This is directly associated with the trust and unity created by the transformational type of leadership (Pemstein, 2019) . Once trust between me and an employee is developed, it will be easy for me to take 100% of the employees’ attention and maximize their performance to 100%. Effective change management Through a transformational type of leadership, it will be an easy task for me to initiate any change. Since the leadership involved discussion, I will be able to share the need for the changes with my associates. They will feel involved in this change within the organization. The changes in the organizations will be supported by 100% of the associates simply because they are involved and they gave trust with me. I think trust with the leader is the most important thing for the success of the changes in the organization.
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