John P. Kotter

Leader to Leader transitioned to the Hesselbein Institute and older articles are no longer available. If you click through you will be taken to the Internet Archive site to find an archived copy.

If you look at history, great leaders are all very self-confident people. They have extraordinary capacity to make decisions when other people crumble […] Yet it never tips over into arrogance. As a matter of fact, the great, great leaders are often described with some astonishment by observers as having a certain humility and willingness to make themselves vulnerable.

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