Fellowship and Assimilation
Fellowship and assimilation are brought out by the
character of the manager, not by his or her position.
A manager must skillfully and sincerely mix and assimilate
with others. This true sameness with others is developmental.
Do not be a fair-weather manager. Be true in good times
and in bad.
The manager must always recognize that there are people
with whom he or she should not assimilate. Assimilation as a management
technique is based upon correctness and other rational factors, never on
True mutuality exists as a result of truly natural and
productive activity. The manager develops his or her self inwardly while at
the same time developing others outwardly.
This is the condition within which the manager is able to
adapt to change and set truly significant goals.