Offer of hope gives leaders their power

MUCH of a leader’s power lies in their capacity to inspire others to action. To be able to do that, as noted by Napoleon Bonaparte, a leader must be a ‘dealer in hope’. The art of hope is the ability to deal constructively with the crises and misfortunes that are an inevitable part of being human and further, to take effective action regardless of temporary feelings of discomfort.


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