Note to Readers: The more I read and learn about leadership, the more I realize leaders do not need to be flamboyant, brassy, loud, and demonstrative people, but rather humble people, who know right, do right, and lead by example … whether they know it or not. Maybe the "holy grail" is not thinking so much about leadership and just living it.
Dear Dave: You say anyone can become a leader. Is it really possible? Aren't there people whose traits make them unfit to be a leader? — K
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Contact Dave Conrad with questions or comments at firstname.lastname@example.org. Conrad is a professor at Augsburg College and directs the school's MBA program in Rochester.