Lead with character

Bennis, Warren
April 1999
Executive Excellence;Apr99, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p4
Discusses three basic premises of the kind of leadership that can sustain success and competitive advantage in the 21st century. Capacity of leadership to create the social architecture capable of generating human capital; Role of exemplary leadership in unleashing intellectual capital; Consideration of character as a major element in leadership.


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