Those are the findings of an exhaustive study that asked 64,000 people in 13 countries to identify qualities they want in those at the top. Here, one of the report's co-authors examines what that means for the future of leadership.
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“Companies are both the cause and the solution of the biggest problems we face, including the financial crisis and climate change.These are man-made commercial crises,” according to Devin Stewart, in a private interview this week.
At LinkedIn, a great discussion on <a href="http://www.linkedin.com/groupAnswers?viewQuestionAndAnswers=&gid=54066&discussionID=2031924&commentID=2462364#commentID_2462364">when it is or isn't OK to pay referral fees</a>. I don't believe you have to be a member to see the conversation though you do if you want to make a comment (might have to join the group first, I don't know).