When to lead and when to follow

Q: When must leaders lead and back their judgment against their followers, and when must they follow? by Tim Soutphommasane, The Australian Dec 05 2009 ‘EVERY political actor aspires to master the elusive art of leadership. During the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, men would turn to instructive handbooks about the art of statecraft. Often written by sycophantic courtiers, these so-called mirrors for princes would contain exhaustive maxims about how new rulers should behave . . .’

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