How to be seen as a courageous leader

08/10/2010 | Great Leadership

If you've been accused of being a leadership "wimp," you should take steps to better define who you are and what you believe in, Dan McCarthy writes. Leaders need to be willing to define their priorities, take action and use decisive language, he writes. "If you haven't ticked anyone off in the last year, you might be giving in too much instead of sticking to your convictions," he writes.

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