Master Leaders

Hopkins, Tom
May 2007
Leadership Excellence;May2007, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p8
The article focuses on developing leadership skills. The author says that the key in gaining leadership abilities is in what leaders learn as they experience the adventure of life. The factors that separates leaders from followers are cited which include their love for what they do, enthusiasm towards life, jobs, organizations and the people they lead and right attitude about a goal or objective.


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