Leadership involves a lot, including items that are obvious and those that are subtle. In his book “Leading the Life You Want,” Stewart D. Friedman offers several views of what leadership needs.
Friedman based his findings on a program he developed at the Ford Motor Company and a course at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
One thing Friedman says that leadership needs is to be real, acting with authenticity by clarifying what’s important. This is the foundation, the values and the vision of the future the leader wants to create.
Being real means:
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