Are you too charismatic for your own good?

02/25/2010 | Forbes

Charisma is a powerful tool for any leader, but it's morally ambiguous and often ultimately does more harm than good, writes Robert Rowland Smith. It's far better to inspire your team with explicit goals and a sense of working for the greater good than simply to seduce them with the force of your personality, he argues.

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