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What Does Perceptual Style Theory Tell You About Leadership? Part 5 – Vision and Adjustments

In the first two parts of this five part series on PST and leadership we looked at the nature of leadership and the five qualities of leadership affected by PST. In the last three articles look at how each specific … Continue reading

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What Does Perceptual Style Theory Tell You About Leadership? Part 4 – Flow and Goals

In the first two parts of this five part series on PST and leadership we looked at the nature of leadership and the five qualities of leadership affected by PST. In the last three articles look at how each specific … Continue reading

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What Does Perceptual Style Theory Tell You About Leadership? Part 3 – Activity and Methods

In the first two parts of this five part series on PST and leadership we looked at the nature of leadership and the five qualities of leadership affected by PST. In the last three articles we will look at how … Continue reading

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What Does Perceptual Style Theory Tell You About Leadership? Part 2

In Part 1 of this five part series on leadership and PST I defined leadership as a reciprocal relationship in which one person points in a direction and others follow. I also outlined five qualities that leaders have that are … Continue reading

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What Does Perceptual Style Theory Tell You About Leadership? Part 1

Each Perceptual Style supports a large number of natural talents that people with that Perceptual Style find easy to learn, hone, and perform. In this and the following four articles I will explore how the natural talents of each of … Continue reading

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