If you're just problem-solving, you aren't leading

11/12/2013 | National Public Radio

Too many leaders think of themselves as being like surgeons -- skilled problem-solvers who take sole responsibility for saving the day, says Harvard University professor Ronald Heifetz. Leadership is more like psychiatry, where experts help the afflicted to develop skills and solve their own problems, he argues.

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