The first step is to give up control. In many cases, supervision and control make the employee feel that he is being watched and in exam all the time. He/ she must show results, be efficient and do what is expected of him/ her. In an organization that promotes public participation one can, and even should, give up the need in control for the growth of the organization.
“In our experience, leadership is providing the workers with a sense of confidence, by releasing old patterns. Such a leadership is participatory, sharing, and enabling the organization to move from supervision to trust. The director must inspire, enable and create a vessel for creativity. This is the way community works” say the CEO’s.