The Passionates and the Loyalists: The two personalities in organizations that leaders must learn to manage for successful performance outcomes of leadership roles.

The Passionates price and defend corporate goals and objectives above the narrow interest of leadership.

He is courageous to advise on changes needed for the good of the organization, even if it threatens the personal short-term interest of leadership.

The loyalist is perpetually in defense of leadership; a "yes sir" and a "yes mam", who for his/ her personal interest always applaud leadership even over decisions and actions that have long run inimical implications for the organization.

Leaderships must learn to have the gut to include sizable numbers of the two personalities in their teams for better-informed decisions and actions.

Tilting favorably towards the Loyalists to the exclusion of the Passionates demonstrates leadership weakness!
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