Wise Counsel Leadership

Spitzer, Randy
February 2008
Leadership Excellence;Feb2008, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p20
The article explains the Wise Counsel Leadership Model. It discusses the differences among authoritarianism, paternalism and the Wise Counsel Leadership Model. It cites some factors that are changing the way people think about leadership. It also outlines the five leadership strategies under the Wise Counsel Leadership Model.


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