It's a big surprise for a lot of people that Donald Trump could be the GOP's presumptive nominee of the 2016 Election. While many are still puzzled how he could reach this point, it is more meaningful to look toward the future now: Can he win the 2nd half of the 2016 Election Marathon in November? Well, it all depends.
So many people feel so much pain everyday because, mostly, most of us are mismatched between talents we have and the jobs we are doing. People in leadership potions are not exceptional. Many people who have extraordinary leadership talent never can find or be placed in leadership positions while many others who managed to leadership positions don't have much of leadership talent.
Mr. Barack Obama, the U.S. President and leader of the world's superpower, no doubtly is No. 1, followed by Chinese President Xi Jinping in the 2nd place and Vladimir Putin in the 3rd. See the full list of the world's 10 most powerful people right now.
Below is an interesting blog article: Why Bad People Make The Best Leaders?
Want to build a great leader? Don’t start with a good person. Start with a badperson–then chisel, sandpaper and polish as necessary.
High potentials consistently and significantly outperform their peer groups in a variety of settings and circumstances. While achieving these superior levels of performance, they exhibit behaviors that reflect their companies’ culture and values in an exemplary manner.
According to a meta-analysis led by Timothy Judge, Ph.D., a professor at the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame, extroversion is the best predictor of leadership effectiveness (typically measured by assessments from subordinates and supervisors), followed closely by consc