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Harvard Business Review, January 2004 Periodical

Harvard Business Review, January 2004

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This month's issue of the Harvard Business Review looks "Inside the Mind of the Leader." Warren Bennis describes "The Seven Ages of the Leader." Psychoanalyst, author and educator Manfred F.R. Kets de Vries talks about "Putting Leaders on the Couch." Barbara Kellerman explores what we can learn when we separate leadership skills and morals. Lynn Offerman offers advice on dealing with toxic employees and eighteen business leaders, scholars, and other experts describe how to cultivate and manage emotional intelligence.

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