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Leadership and ambiguity

By staff and wire services reports
December 25th, 2013

We like our leaders to be confident, clear, in control, writes Greg Richardson for ELUMN8. We take comfort from leaders who have a vision, who are insightful, who know where they are going. We want leaders to make sense of the world…The difficulty for leaders, and for us, is that many significant challenges are ambiguous. It is rare that we face a challenge like extraterrestrials attacking us or giant asteroids hurtling toward the earth. Our challenges are not usually clear or easy to understand…

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