7 common myths about leadership
Existing businesses are facing disruption at all levels. Younger employees are not satisfied with just a "job," but rather, want work that allows them to be involved and included in decisions. Traditional command and control leadership models are floundering, unable to adapt to the need for more collaboration and inclusion. Flattening organizational structure is all the rage these days, but until we move beyond some of our long cherished myths about what it means to be a leader, it will be difficult to truly generate change.
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