Chapter 7
Leadership: Becoming the Master of Dichotomies
What manner of person do we envision as the ultimate leader? Who is an example you can think of as the near-perfect leader? Is he or she the person who possesses great intelligence and wisdom that comes from a wealth of experience? Is the ultimate leader also a person of great strength and courage? Together, these four qualities would represent a solid beginning to the list of virtues we might use to describe the finest of leaders. To win our full admiration, we would also expect a great leader to demonstrate both vision and compassion. Our ideal leader would have a certain charisma that ...

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