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Head, Heart and Guts: How the World's Best Companies Develop Complete Leaders by Stephen Rhinesmith, Peter C. Cairo, David L. Dotlich

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WHOLE LEADERSHIP VERSUS PARTIAL LEADERSHIP
 
 
 
 
To be a leader in today’s business environment, you need to use your head, demonstrate heart, and act with guts. This is not an unrealistic objective, in that most people are fully capable of exhibiting all three qualities in given situations. Unfortunately, the majority of executives have either come to rely on one capacity or they live in organizational systems that do not reward or reinforce them to develop others. They remain partial leaders, even when their organizations require whole ones.
Why this is so is a combination of history and training. Historically, business leaders have led with their heads—the notion being that if you analyze a situation, absorb the data, and decide among rational ...

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