Bad leaders: The neglected art of followership - The Economist

Bad leaders: The neglected art of followership

Bad leaders: The neglected art of followership - The Economist
Bad leaders: The neglected art of followership
Published Sep 04, 2004
532 words — Published Sep 04, 2004
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MOST books about leadership are filled with examples of acknowledged masters--Alexander the Great is a perennial favourite. Of all the thousands of books written about Hitler, few focus on how his followers were so mesmerised by his...

  
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