Engaging Leadership: Knowing When to Disengage

Authors

  • Pixey Anne Mosley Texas A&M University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5860/llm.v28i4.7089

Keywords:

leadership development

Abstract

This column explores those situations where even engaged leaders need to consider taking a step back and intentionally disengaging. Often these relate to employees as individuals and problems where there is no actual solution. The column also touches on the need for leaders to disengage in order to avoid burnout.

Author Biography

Pixey Anne Mosley, Texas A&M University

Professor and Associate Dean for Administrative and Faculty Services

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Published

2014-08-11

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