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[FLR] Bosses: This is how to inspire your employees to become leaders

Are you an inspiring leader? When you look at at the etymology of inspire, you see that it originates from the Latin word “inspirare” which means, “to blow into and breathe upon” as well as the Greek word “pnein” meaning “to influence or animate with an idea or purpose.”

 

Often we think inspirational means loud and emotive, but I think the strong leader encourages and helps the individuals around them in a quiet way.

 

Along the road with you,

 

Alan

 

 

How to be an inspiring leader | Harvard Business Review

 

 

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