Getting an Early Start on Training Our Leaders (Harvard Business Review)

The average age when managers first get leadership training is 42, about a decade after they begin supervising people, says one industry analyst, who makes the point that such lessons can be taught to children as young as 9 and 10. Jack Zenger, author of the Harvard Business Review article “Making Yourself Indispensable” and the book How to Be Exceptional: Drive Leadership Success by Magnifying Your Strengths, shares his insights.

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