How to Lead When Employees Don't Want to Follow | Management and Leadership | Scoop.it

Employees aren't going to like every decision you make. Strong leaders, though, know how to rally the troops, even around an initially unpopular idea.

 

Whatever you do, you can't buckle under unpopularity: Sooner or later you encounter fierce resistance. Leadership feels a lot like peddling uphill, swimming upstream, or running into a stiff headwind. The challenge is to overcome the resistance instead of being overwhelmed by it.


Via The Learning Factor