Issue 3 and Volume 142.

LEADERSHIP MANAGEMENT A Review of the Literature SOME PEOPLE are natural leaders. They’re willing to step into the leadership role without a moment’s hesitation. They seem to breathe selfassurance. They carry an attitude which subtly speaks of their own suitability as leader of choice. Most others who aren’t so motivated to lead will acquiesce; it’s as natural for some to be led as it is for others to take the reins. It’s been said that as long as two people want to ride on a horse at the same time, someone must be in the front and someone must be in the back. How fortunate for us! Can you imagine what a frustrating world it would be if everyone wanted to be at the forefront, leading the pack? Nothing would ever get done! Does this mean that we should forget about going to leadership seminars, throw out the volumes on…

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