Earn More Respect

Bennis, Warren
June 2011
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Jun2011, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p5
This article focuses on the importance of respect in leadership. The author claims that leadership in the global environment needs respect, and that a leader must be willing to challenge himself to be able to change how others think. It also points out that leaders need to engage in debriefing to control damage, and they should want change for their organizations to change. The author asserts that leadership is a performance art, and most of us become leaders only when cast in the role.


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