by Adam Delezenne
Posted March 31, 2016

I think I see some of myself in this. I know that a definite lack of autonomy (being micro-managed) really chafes me. I don’t think I’m alone here.

I can also say that, for me, having a lot of autonomy makes not being the one in charge ok. The Atlantic approaches this from a research point of view. With a perspective on leadership this says to me that those places where collaborative relationships can replace hierarchy should see a boost in satisfaction and productivity for “free.”

People Want Power Because They Want Autonomy | The Atlantic

Adam Delezenne is a freelance web developer and communications consultant serving camps, congregations and small nonprofit organizations. No job’s too big, no job’s too small. Drop me a line

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