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Why leaders need to be more engaged

Carol Robertson

When a leader disengages, employees could follow suit, writes Peter Crush for Raconteur.

Are you taking more days away from the office, delaying replies to emails or calls, making more negative decisions and only giving time and praise to people who back you the most?

These are all signs that you have become disengaged as a leader, according to Charlene Li, author of the New York Times bestseller The Engaged Leader. Li points out that while, in general, the emphasis is put on employee engagement, leaders should also keep tabs on the energy they bring to the company.

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