It might be said that leadership was easy once upon a time. You told someone to do something and it was done. Of course that works better if you’re medieval royalty and there is fealty involved. Or maybe we think our leaders should be some sort of archetypal hero who will save the day.
The obvious scandals of Lehman Brothers, LIBOR or the News Corp phone hacking undermine authority. But it isn’t just the public scandals that are eroding our understanding of leadership. Continue reading