Basic instincts

Many researchers and practitioners--from a variety of management disciplines--have long debated whether leadership is an innate talent or an acquired skill. This article features two project management professionals--one an accomplished researcher, author, and educator; the other an accomplished practitioner--discussing how leaders are made and improved. In doing so, it examines numerous concerns related to developing and training leaders, concerns such as identifying critical leadership qualities, training leaders, using different types of organizational structures, and maturing a project manager into an executive.
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