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Leadership is a Process, Not a Person

We need to focus on the ecology of work not just on leaders

An orchestra maestro conducting an orchestra.
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It is 1607 in the Italian city of Mantua. The city is situated between and slightly to the south of Milan and Venice. It’s early summer and the composer Claudio Monteverdi assembled a huge ensemble of musicians.




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Justin D. Henderson, PhD

Justin D. Henderson, PhD

Dr. Justin D. Henderson is a psychologist, educator, and organizational consultant. He’s a Medium Top Writer in Leadership and Business.

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