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November 17, 2019

Understanding How Good Leadership Requires Great Manipulation

Manipulation has a bad rap. Nobody likes being on the receiving end of manipulative behaviors like bullying, name calling, passive aggression and the like.  Or the more seductive and insidious forms of manipulation that we associate with used-car salesmen, political demagogues and Russian operatives on Facebook. But leaders who scrupulously avoid being manipulative can unnecessarily limit their effectiveness. 

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