Leading People

Welch, Jack; Welch, Suzy
February 2010
Leadership Excellence;Feb2010, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p3
The authors focus on what to look for in a leader during a time of crisis. They say that a leader should be someone who can envision an exciting and promising future to overcome fear and cynicism. They explore the essential traits of leadership which include positive energy, ability to energize others and passion. The authors also examine universal leadership characteristics such as authenticity, vision and motive.


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