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The Best of HBR

Leadership (January 2004)
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This Best of this Harvard Business Review special issue reviews four landmark articles that have shaped our understanding of leadership. From 1961, W.C.H. Prentice's article, "Understanding Leadership" looks at the deeply human achievement of being a leader. From 1977, Abraham Zaleznik examines the different ways organizations should train their managers and their leaders. From 1998, Daniel Goleman's article that introduced emotional intelligence. And, finally, from 2000, Michael Maccoby's article about the pros and cons of narcissistic leaders.
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©2004 by the President and Fellows of Harvard College, All Rights Reserved (P)2004 Audible Inc.

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