The Duality of Leadership

Leaders must juggle short-term and long-term thinking

The duality of leadership
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“Leadership is a choice, not a position.” — Stephen Covey, an American educator, author, businessman, and keynote speaker

Every day, leaders have a challenge on where to spend their time and energy. They have a problem concentrating on the immediate while also thinking about long-term objectives.

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