Re: What makes a great leader?
A great leader is a great listener, absorber, observer, continual learner. In turn and attempting balance, they provide feedback with conviction and in a to-educate mode.
A difference between the proven leader and the great leader is the latter rarely plateau's with their 'input' or connection process; while the proven leader may not be employing ideas and approaches that continue to be as impactful and fully-applicable to current and near-future needs.
This, I believe is the difference between leaders like Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, Sir Richard Branson (to name some familiar) and the recent Executive manager asked to step-down or a constituency patiently(?) awaits leader's end-of-term.
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A new study has investigated who watched the ISIS beheading videos, why, and what effect it had on them
This is the first study to explore not only what percentage of people in the general population choose to watch videos of graphic real-life violence, but also why.
In the summer of 2014, two videos were released that shocked the world. They showed the beheadings, by ISIS, of two American journalists – first, James Foley and then Steven Sotloff. Though the videos were widely discussed on TV, print and online news, most outlets did not show the full footage. However, it was not difficult to find links to the videos online.
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