Why leaders need more than charisma

10/21/2013 | Boston.com

People tend to associate exceptional leadership with extraordinary charisma, but the truth is that individuals with magnetic personalities don't necessarily thrive once they've reached the top, experts say. In reality, governments and businesses "need [leaders] to be able to make decisions, work with others, and wield power in an intelligent, productive way," writes Leon Neyfakh.

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