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What does the Mutual Reward Theory state?
Running a business is easier if both your managers and your employees feel that they're appreciated. Mutual reward theory states that a manager can't become a good leader if her underlings don't have incentives to be good followers. [ If both leaders and followers reward each other for good performance, it will encourage them to work together for the benefit of the company and themselves. ]
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