On the shelves in the business section of any bookstore are numerous books about leadership and management. I have never considered myself to be a motivational writer or speaker who describes the importance of executives, rallying the workforce with inspiration. My interests are more with equipping managers and employee teams to help their organizations be better, faster, cheaper and smarter.

Now, I am increasingly raising the topic of leadership, because throughout my career I have seen examples of leadership styles that reflect individual desire for power more than a duty to improving organizational performance.

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