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Chapter from: "Why Should Anyone Be Led by You? What It Takes to Be an Authentic Leader"
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: 2007

Abstract

The exercise of leadership is always contextual, and effective leadership involves recognizing the limitations of context as well as the potential opportunities. This chapter explores how to develop a keen situation-sensing ability, the skill necessary to read and interpret diverse situations. This chapter is excerpted from ‘Why Should Anyone Be Led by You? What It Takes to Be an Authentic Leader'.

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Abstract

The exercise of leadership is always contextual, and effective leadership involves recognizing the limitations of context as well as the potential opportunities. This chapter explores how to develop a keen situation-sensing ability, the skill necessary to read and interpret diverse situations. This chapter is excerpted from ‘Why Should Anyone Be Led by You? What It Takes to Be an Authentic Leader'.

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