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Evolving Leadership in the Digital Age (2016)

Manfred Kets de Vries

"Leadership in a digital age"

To become more effective and refective leaders, executives need to learn to improve their behavioural reactions to diffucult situations and develop greater emotional intelligence.

The European Business Review, 2016

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May 16, 7:04 AM

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