Source: Craig Groeschel
#1. Unpredictable Leaders: Produce hesitant followers.
Pemimpin ini tidak memiliki konsistensi, dan selalu berubah-ubah. Konsistensi membangun kepercayaan.
CG: “Successful people do consistently what normal people do occasionally.”
#2. Domineering Leaders: Produces compliant followers.
Domineering leaders: “I do what I want to do.” They may produce short-term result, but in the long term is devastating for an organization. Domineering leaders create weak team, they become ‘yes’ people.
Sometimes people want to please you as a leader, your suggestion becomes a command. We don’t want to be a domineering leaders. It is important for a leader to learn to ask questions and listen. Ask 10 times as many questions as you give direction.
#3. Secretive Leaders: Produce guarded followers.
Only leaders have the information, we don’t trust people in the organization.
#4. Passive Leaders: Produce disengage followers
A problem needs to be fixed, but the leader does not do anything. Team moral will be unhealthy. When a leader does not engage the problem, the problem is no longer the problem, the leader becomes the problem. Orang mulai berpikir: kalau pemimpinku saja tidak peduli, untuk apa saya peduli. It’s okey to say that you do not know what to do, but acknowledging the problem is the first step for addressing it, even when you don’t have the solution.
#5. Healthy Leaders: Produce faithful followers
#6. Empowering Leaders: Produce leaders