Peter F. Drucker on Self-Leadership

Drucker, Peter F.
June 2005
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Jun2005, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p13
This article presents information regarding self-leadership. Few people know how they get things done. Indeed, most of us do not even know that different people work and perform differently. Too many people work in ways that are not their ways, and that almost guarantees nonperformance. Most people think they know their strengths. They are usually wrong. Often people know what they are not good at. Yet, a person can perform only from strength. It is also essential to remedy bad habits.


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