Asking Whether Leaders Are Born or Made Is the Wrong Question

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Connson tackles the age-old question of whether leaders are born or made.

As Connson explains, we already know the answer and it is more nuanced than most people realise. The nuances involve the difference between leadership effectiveness (performance as a leader) and leadership emergence (being tapped for a leadership role).

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