This implies that leaders need to be able to pay the price of solitude and obtain the benefit of the power given by their reflection in solitude, while participating with the members of a group in order to build their leadership.
Participation is what makes leadership legitimate, but participation is such if all those who participate are able to assume the responsibility of their role and are willing to share in order to produce synergy.
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