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What does it really take to be an effective senior leader? Beyond just getting promoted, what is it about people at higher levels that helps them genuinely succeed in those roles? In this episode, we explore:
What skills people need to lead at different levels
Paths toward gaining those skills, for both high-potential professionals and people currently in leadership roles
Implications for people who want to lead at high levels, for those leaders themselves, and for organizations
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