Dear Fellow Leader:
The answers are no mystery.
They’ve all appeared in recent issues of Leadership Briefings, the advisory service for rising leaders and entrepreneurs in business, government, military, education, nonprofits and more.
We learn constantly—how to improve people skills, hone management smarts, maybe even get better at playing office politics. And most of that learning, as you know, is on the job.
Great leaders are not born ... they’re made.
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