Roderick Kramer

Many of the more conventional books on leadership show leaders as mythic and heroic figures. Students want their leaders to be perfect and without any personal blemishes. What they fail to realize is that sometimes the very qualities that make someone imperfect also help explain their tremendous drive to succeed and energy to focus on one narrow realm of achievement.

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