Life Motivations

Bennis, Warren
August 2010
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Aug2010, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p3
In this article the author reflects on the events of his life that led him to where he is in his career today. He first acknowledges that some of his motivation stemmed from not wanting to follow the same path as his father. He also notes that serving in the army allowed him to take advantages such as the GI Bill. The author also discusses the importance of leadership and the challenges that leaders may face.


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