Monthly Archives: June 2011

Psychology and Leadership, Part 4: Flow and Goals

In the first two parts of this five-part series on Perceptual Styles Theory and leadership, we examined the five qualities of effective leaders, regardless of Perceptual Style. In these last three articles, we’ll look at the unique leadership qualities of … Continue reading

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Psychology and Leadership, Part 3: Activity and Methods

In the first two parts of this five-part series on Perceptual Styles Theory and leadership, we examined the five qualities of effective leaders, regardless of Perceptual Style. In these last three articles, we’ll look at the unique leadership qualities of … Continue reading

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Psychology and Leadership: What Does Your Style Say about You? Part 2

In Part 1 of this five part series on leadership and Perceptual Styles, we defined leadership as a reciprocal relationship in which one person points in a direction and others follow. We also outlined five qualities of effective leaders.

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