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Harry Levinson on the psychology of leadership.


Harry Levinson on the psychology of leadership.

Levinson, Harry.

Harvard Bus. School Press


184 pages



A Harvard business review paperback


For decades, management psychologist Harry Levinson (emeritus, Harvard Medical School) has been exploring difficult questions related to work-life issues. This volume contains reprints of ten articles by Levinson, which were originally published in the Harvard Business Review. Topics include (for example) executive burn out, the abrasive personality, conflicts that plague family businesses, and the psychology of the middle aged manager.

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Date:Nov 1, 2006
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