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The transformational leader empowers them by delegating and empowering others so that they have the flexibility to be change generators, innovators. An accountability that he knows how to orient on the shared vision.

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The transformational leader mobilizes his troops by orchestrating and valuing all the individual and collective contributions necessary for transformation. In this way, it ensures that the action is sustainable.

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Mobilizing collective intelligence around change
The second of these attributes is its ability to furnish over time, from the sharing of its vision to its implementation in a context of everyone's responsibility.

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Finally, the motivation of the transformational leader is, by definition, to transform. However, when the organization does not need transformation and people are happy as they are, then such a leader will be frustrated or will make forced transformations such as leaders in times of war or politicians in times of crisis, calling for reform despite the resistance of citizens. Thus, the leader loses credibility if he does not know how to transform his own leadership.

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The transformational leader also tends to see the big picture, but has difficulty discerning the details in his vision, hence the problems that emerge. If he does not surround himself with people to take care of this level of information, then he is doomed to failure.

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Transformational leadership sometimes falls into the sin of passion and overconfidence that it can easily confuse with truth and reality. While it is true that great things have been achieved through enthusiastic leadership, it is also true that many passionate people have led their fellow citizens to disaster.

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Transformational leaders are often charismatic, but they are not as narcissistic as pure charismatic leaders, who succeed through a belief in themselves rather than in others.

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Transformational leadership can only be appropriate under conditions of divergent opinions. In converging conditions, leaders must be in harmony with current objectives and practices, accommodate to varying degrees, rather than challenge or question the existing situation. Therefore, a transformational leader owes his or her survival to the creation or maintenance of cleavages.

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Their unwavering commitment helps to calm the doubts of members, especially in dark or uncertain times, when some may wonder if the vision is really achievable. If people don't believe they can succeed, then their efforts will falter. In a prophylactic metaphor, the transformational leader vaccinates his troops against infections that potentially lead to disaffection. To do this, it uses a form of symbolic rhetoric to maintain motivation, using, for example, ceremonies, rituals and other cultural symbols.

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Transformational leaders are always visible among their troops and seek, through their attitude and actions, to set an example of how everyone should behave. They set an example and are always at the heart of the action. In order to motivate their people, they use ceremonies, rituals, and other cultural symbolism. They also make continuous efforts to motivate and mobilize their supporters, constantly touring their troops, listening to them, appeasing them and sparking their enthusiasm.