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Leadership: The pain and pleasure of it all


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Why do some become leaders while others remain followers?

One argument says that leaders are “born to lead,” while another claims that leadership is a set of skills, education, and experience that anyone can learn, given sufficient time, commitment and motivation.

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Leadership: The pain and pleasure of it all

  1. 1. Why do some become leaders while others remain followers? @TheDovBaron
  2. 2. @TheDovBaron Leadership is Not quite (and that’s a massive understatement) as glamorous as most folks would think.
  3. 3. Everything you’ve been told about leadership over the past thirty years no longer applies. The world has changed, and so has everything we know about becoming and remaining an effective leader particularly when it comes to keeping your top talent! Get the Book FIERCELY LOYAL: How High Performing Companies Develop and Retain Top Talent
  4. 4. @TheDovBaron As leaders we are driven to greater and greater success and all too often we forget to take the time to decide for ourselves what real success would be for us.
  5. 5. When we are connected with whatever or whomever we love, it is natural for us to experience emotional, mental, and even physical joy and inspiration as well as some degree of fulfillment. @TheDovBaron
  6. 6. So what can you do to find your inner joy, inspiration, and fulfillment as a leader? @TheDovBaron
  7. 7. Read the full article: link
  8. 8. I eagerly anticipate your feedback and comments. With gratitude, Dov Baron