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A skill that every leader, especially those leading significant change, must have is the ability to engage others in dialogue.
Leadership Formation, Article for ILA-NY Times
We are in a period of radical change; a time of unimaginable progress and wondrous innovation, of possibilities and opportunities.
The great leader understands that he or she is responsible for the entire organization and they cannot lead alone. They need a solid structure, good people, organization of work and accountability, lines of communication, ways to evaluate, recognize, and reward performance.
The Integrated Work of the Leader© is a workbook focused on expanding your self-knowledge and developing your emotional intelligence.
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