Leaders who advance to a new echelon often underestimate the challenges they are about to confront
FULLER: Leaders need to find ways to relieve that burden. To find balance in their lives and set aside time to refresh. And they need the support and kindness of others
True leaders possess what is identified as the following three intangibles of leadership: will, fortitude and self-efficacy
GOMAN: The goal of leadership without authority is to get others to willingly co-operate and engage, rather than following directives because you’re the boss
CHIDIAC: Does government really reflect the soul of its people? Is it okay to take credit for the work of others and refuse responsibility for our own mistakes?
GOMAN: If you want to be evaluated as authoritative, understand what’s at stake in any situation and adjust your body language accordingly
MURPHY: It’s no surprise the top spots go to the usual trio of Abraham Lincoln, George Washington and Franklin D. Roosevelt. But things get interesting after that
GOMAN: Not only did he stay on message, but his body language, while showing some uncertainty, indicated he is genuinely vested in much of what he is saying