Harnessing Energy

Peshawaria, Rajeev
June 2011
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Jun2011, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p15
This article presents a discussion on leadership energy. The author defines leadership as the art of harnessing human energy toward the creation of a better future. The difference between leaders and bosses is pointed out. Several questions to guide one in finding personal source of energy are presented. Some of these questions focus on the kind of life one wants to live and the results that one wants to bring about. Leadership is stressed as a choice, not a promotion, position or title.


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