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Leadership is an art form

Leadership is an art form

Good leaders can build you up or drag you down. At work, leaders can make the difference between a good job or a lousy job.

That is why leadership is considered an art form. Leadership is not something everyone can do well, and it takes practice to create an atmosphere where people are inspired to do their best work.


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"With great power comes great responsibility". We all know who said that, but it's so true.

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