Being a good citizen means being a contributor, a person who contributes to the collective, this means acting with the intent to give.
In previous articles I have indicated that legitimate leadership based on the Care and Growth of subordinates is ultimately concerned with cultivating the accountability of the subordinate. We argued that this accountability would only hold if the following conditions are met: That the person has the means and the ability to do what is required of them. That the person is held accountable for that which they can actually do rather than the results of […]
Distressingly, by and large, the answers to the question are very uniform. They are variations of the theme that ‘leadership is about achieving a result through people.
A victim is a person who accounts for misfortune in their lives on the basis of what the other does to them. Overcoming victim-hood requires accountability.
Executives and managers call such an interest “micro-managing”. They feel that it is not their job to involve themselves in the job of their subordinates, their job is to ensure that the subordinates achieve the required results.