Seven beliefs of a leader who will never be CEO
Wednesday, September 26, 2012/
Common thinking patterns need to be tossed out the window, right from the start, in order to be the chief executive of a company.
You must realise taht order to build a successful company, varying personality types must all be represented.
Forbes contributor Josh Linkner explains.
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