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The Leadership Lesson They Don’t Teach In Business School

* This column was originally published on Forbes.com

I’ve always believed leadership exists to disrupt mediocrity, but I’m afraid in recent times many leaders are losing that battle. Somewhere along the way, they threw in the towel and settled for a weak-kneed, watered-down version of leadership – they have rationalized and justified themselves into an acceptance of mediocrity.

The sad reality is that in many cases, the education, training and development leaders receive today is woefully inadequate. We are producing analysts and risk managers and labeling them leaders. We’ve taught them to be practical, analytical, and risk adverse, but have failed to equip them to lead.


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1 Comment

    MILE Madinah

    January 15, 2014 at 6:17 am

    Are we busy rather producing business managers ?

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