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Leading and managing for the 21st century.
Robert Smither Ph.D.
One of the many reasons leaders fail: They forget who is responsible for their success.
The danger of relying on intuition.
Tough bosses can create absenteeism, turnover, and lawsuits.
Why chimpanzees make better leaders than gorillas.
Can transformational or authentic leadership help bring about change?
Confusing winning with leading.
Even the best books on leadership sometimes promote ideas that don’t reflect current psychological research.
Robert Smither, Ph.D., is Dean Emeritus at Rollins College, teaches leadership at the University of Oklahoma, and is president of Athanor Consulting.