Go to any bookstore and browse through the books on leadership and you will find thousands of definitions of a leader. One will say that leaders face adversity with fortitude; another will say that a great leader conducts effective and productive meetings; another will say that leaders have virtue, ambition, or imagination. But you and I have seen people in leadership positions who are incredibly smart, others who manage meetings with great finesse, and others who have mastered important skills, but yet cannot command a following. We have also seen people who have none of those traits and yet have tremendous supporters.
So what is it that makes a leader a leader? This book will reveal that secret.
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Published January 10, 2013
Law & Philosophy, Self Help.