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The Relationship Between Leadership and Personality

  title={The Relationship Between Leadership and Personality},
  author={Andrew J. Marsiglia},
People that have task-oriented personality types tend to have considerable focus on details. They are not comfortable initiating an action-plan until they are satisfied they have all the necessary facts. On the other hand, people who have relations-oriented personality types tend to have considerable focus on the result and are comfortable initiating an action-plan when they have just the essential facts. Therefore, it is important for a leader to understand personality and accurately adjust… 
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