12 Leadership Lessons from "The King's Speech"
Some of the issues the Duke of Windsor had to resolve to assume the throne:
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From boyhood, Prince Albert struggled with stammer. He struggled painfully in public, until his wife convinced him to seek the help of Lionel Logue, an Australian speech therapist....
Be a true version of yourself. Bertie's stammer humanized him and made him a hero.
George Washington was a man of exceptional integrity who carried himself with dignity and self-confidence and was excessively loved among the masses.
Whoever you’re talking to, treat them ...
Great leaders do the right thing even when no one’s watching. In the times of pseudo-leadership, it’s not hard to spot an authentic leader - someone who is fair, smart, and empathetic, like Martin Luther King Jr
A true leader never shies away from voicing his opinions, breaking stereotypes, and doing the right thing - not just once but every single time.
Richard Branson knew that great things in business are never done by one person, they are done by teams.
Branson aims to find the best candidate for a job, give them enough autonomy, then step back to give them a space to flourish. It not only benefits the business as a whole but also helps them to become a leader in their own right.