Charisma Power

Mortensen, Kurt
October 2008
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Oct2008, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p18
The author emphasizes charisma as the highest form of leadership and offers insights on developing charismatic leadership. He cites that charisma may include confidence, assertiveness, enthusiasm or personality. He suggests that the characteristics of charismatic leaders can by acquired by developing self-confidence, finding sense of humor and happiness within oneself and building trust. He explains the importance of passion in charisma and leadership.


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