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Psychology and Leadership: What Does Your Style Say about You? Part 2

In Part 1 of this five part series on leadership and Perceptual Styles, we defined leadership as a reciprocal relationship in which one person points in a direction and others follow. We also outlined five qualities of effective leaders.

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Psychology and Leadership: What Does Your Style Say about You?

Leadership is a complex skill that is difficult to pin down. Much of the research on the subject has focused on obvious traits such as command, decision making, risk-taking, etc. While these definitions capture much of what is widely recognized … Continue reading

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Introverts and Extraverts: They Aren’t What You Think

Often, when people talk about introverts and extraverts, they think in terms of whether people enjoy social interactions. In fact, the true definitions of introversion and extraversion have to do with where a person finds meaning – and for this … Continue reading

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