Choose representatives whose skills, strengths and vision seem best fit for today and the next few years. Circumstances change over time. So should your leaders.
Jack Welch wrote about The GE Work-Out, which he championed: “One of the ways we’ll know that Work-Out has been successful is that my style of leadership will no longer be tolerated in this company.”
Because coworkers need to decide who’s best for each office, regular elections get coworkers more aware about what each office-holder does. Coworkers appreciate representatives more, provide resources which help representatives do their job, trust representatives more, and feel responsible and supportive for their representative’s success.
Reps keep growing and developing their skills as they move on into new roles.
“Term limits mean that officers return into the mass of the people and become the governed instead of the governor, which keeps alive their regard to the public good that otherwise they might be induced by being an officer to forget.” – Thomas Jefferson