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Leadership Lessons

There is no scarcity of books on leadership: how to be a leader, what makes a great leader, biographies of great leaders, leadership models, leadership histories, leadership impact, and the list goes on. Why has this category of books become so popular?

It used to be that it was easy to be a “leader”. You got employed by a company, showed yourself to have some ability in your field, got to know the right people, got promoted and presto—you were a “leader”.

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