5 Lessons from Lyndon B. Johnson on Leadership

At 26 years old, Lyndon Johnson was selected as the youngest director in the nation to lead the National Youth Administration in Texas that would educate youth and offer them jobs in the aftermath of the Great Depression. Johnson exhibited 5 leadership traits that contributed to his success. (Read with caution.)

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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In the age of Twitter and short-message texting, writing seems out of date.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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