Zealot leaders can be left, right, or center; they can be complete revolutionaries or staunch traditionalists. It doesn’t matter. In my Inc.com column I explain the 3 pitfalls of Zealot Leadership.
“Muddling through” is a crucial pragmatic leadership skill. In my recent Inc.com article I discuss President Obama’s tactical use of muddling. Read it here.
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You can enhance others by coaching–but coaching requires concrete skills.
Yael Bacharach, in an illuminating article published on Inc.com, has defined those concrete skills. Here’s the article–it’s a informative, enjoyable read.
Intellectuals scoffed at Eisenhower during his time in office. Now his leadership style seems like genius. See my article on Eisenhower and humility in my Inc.com column here.
Nobel-prizewinning physicist Richard Feynman was an eccentric within the scientific community. But he sure got a lot done. I’ve written about some of his productivity strategies in my inc.com column.