Obsessive management styles are a thing of the past. People, and certainly future generations, don’t accept authorative and restrictive policies anymore, instead opting for supportive leadership, learning opportunity, respectful communication/collaboration, empathy-driven vision and mission, corporate ecology, creative/lean development and more. Power is not in dominance and discontent, but in offering trust, self-reliance and rewarding future prospects. Staying authentic and fair in leadership is a serious endeavor in a rough economic or political climate with so many pitfalls. The way one keeps (or loses) the balance between competitive targeting and workforce care immediately reflects in corporate communication and strategic decision-making processes. In times where production speed and technological advancement is sky-high, it is wise to regularly step-back, review and refine your personal and corporate intentions, orientation, strategies and inner equilibrium.