Leadership: Pulling not Pushing

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I have spoken to many people that want to be influential. To become influential you must have the skills to be a great leader. In leadership there are two schools of thought: push leadership vs pull leadership.

Push Leadership

In push leadership, you come up with the plan and you dictate how you want something done. We often see this as the most common type of leadership…

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Calin Aneculaesei

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Student of Philosophy, Politics and Economics. History fanatic. Contact: aneculaeseicg@gmail.com

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