Most managers aren't real leaders, survey shows

11/15/2009 | Harvard Business Review online

The majority of modern business leaders aren't actually leading anyone, asserts John Baldoni. That's the conclusion he draws from a survey suggesting that fewer than half of managers think they need to inspire their workers or to provide direction during the economic downturn. "If a majority of managers do not feel that inspiration and direction are necessary ... then our companies are in far worse shape than imagined," Baldoni writes.

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