From Lisa P. Gaynier, Crain's Cleveland Business:
Most people agree that the key to business success is having the right people with the right skills in leadership positions. But what are the right skills? Technically competent people often make poor managers and leaders.
"Why? Because managing and leading people are entirely different skill sets from accounting, engineering, banking, teaching, manufacturing, doctoring, policing and so on."
There are two key requisites of successful leadership in today’s economy: cultural competence and change leadership."