Catherine the Great: A Life on Womanhood and Leadership

Politics today see many good girl politicians who followed the rules and made all the right choices in their career. However, people still prefer bad boy politicians. Catherine the Great was one of the longest ruling female leaders in history. Was she a good girl, bad girl, or a bit of both? What can we learn from her life? Click to read more.

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Writing is still an essential skill for aspiring leaders

In the age of Twitter and short-message texting, writing seems out of date. But by examining four leadership profiles, I argue that writing is essential for aspiring leaders and provide the tips from these leaders on how to improve our writing.

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Grow Your Ambition with Your Capabilities, Not the Other Way Around

Should we conceive a grand ambition and then try to achieve it, or should we cherish the present and grow our ambition as our opportunities grow? A contrast between two U.S. Presidents, John Quincy Adams and Abraham Lincoln, shows us that growing ambition with capabilities, not the other way around, might be better.

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Brexit and the Green New Deal: An Aesopian Analysis

What do the Brexit and the Green New Deal have in common? This post explores the similarities in leadership in both movements and offers a suggestion to the kind of leadership needed to make positive, concrete changes happen.

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