Few would deny the increase demands on leaders today. They are under short-term pressures to produce results to increasingly insistent customers. They face unparalleled rates of global, competitive, and technological change. The boundaries between their personal and professional lives are blurred and they are under constant scrutiny with social media creating transparency. Their private actions become public events. Long term feels like “Tuesday” as there is seldom enough time to celebrate success before the next expectation emerges.
So, with all these demands, why would anyone want to lead? Amazingly many still do because . . .
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