Use a "virtual board" to hone your leadership skills

10/3/2013 | Great Leaders Serve

Every leader needs good advice, and it often pays to assemble a "virtual board" of the smartest people around, even if you never actually meet with them, Mark Miller writes. Read everything your team of virtual mentors has written, and seek out audio recordings of their presentations and speeches, Miller advises. "[T]he cost to expand your counselors to include virtual members is minimal and the potential return is huge," he writes.

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