Fear - For your people to do their best work, they have to feel free from fear -by doing everything you can to eliminate the uncertainty that’s distracting them, keep them well informed and if there’s bad news let your people hear it from you first
Rivalry - Infuse every position with importance and teach your people that everyone is important on your team. Rotate opportunities among the different members of your flock
Represents your responsibility to direct your people- know where you are going, get out in front, and keep your flock on the move. The shepherd uses it to direct his flock with gentle nudges and taps. Use persuasion not coercion, make requests and recommendation rather than demand or dictate.
To establish boundaries- its your responsibility to keep your people together and point them to the right direction
Helps the shepherd rescue stranded sheep- when your people get in trouble , go and get them out
Represents the shepherd’s responsibility to encourage his flock