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The leadership development industry is thriving. There are many new and exciting ideas with hundreds of books written about leadership every year.
But even though organizations have become more democratic and networked, the fundamentals of leadership has not changed over the years. It is still about mobilizing people around common goals to achieve a specific impact.
The best leaders with the most impact almost always use six classic fundamental practices:
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