How to lead like JFK

11/22/2013 | Level Blog

Fifty years later, President John F. Kennedy's leadership style still holds important lessons for modern business leaders, writes Scott Eblin. Kennedy was a master of adapting to new technologies and social trends. He understood the importance of setting stretch goals and was willing to delegate negotiations when his own presence risked intimidating participants. "To be fully effective, leaders have to know the impact they have on others and adjust accordingly," Eblin explains.

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