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The leader who spoils employees is rarely the one who contributes most to their careers. Later in life, we recognize as our best mentors the ones who held us to the highest standards.

This has nothing in common with power harassment. Any boss who seeks to exert power for its own sake is not a true leader.

However, leaders who genuinely care for their employees and hope for their success will also evaluate fairly and strictly to aid their growth. If a small error is overlooked, this might lead to a more significant error down the road. Instead, leaders should provide constructive feedback uniformly to help the entire team grow stronger in the future.

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