Leadership: You're doing it wrong

02 Nov 2012 13:14 | JHRS (Administrator)
Leadership is usually defined in terms of a person's status in an organization. If a person has a title, he or she must have the leadership skills. Right? Wrong.

The truth is, people typically advance in organizations by pleasing their bosses and playing politics. Our free ebook looks to the beginnings of human history to redefine leadership and provide a concrete model for building better leaders.

Download this eBook from The JHRS Knowledgebase under the "JHRS eBooks" sub-folder. (Requires Virtual or Premium Level access.)

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