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This piece by Deborah Ancona of the Sloan School of Management examines how the style of leadership affects change among groups, rather than attributing personal traits to individual leaders. While leadership theory was previously dominated by the assumption that leaders achieved their influence through their own desirable characteristics, this article sheds light on the theory that despite the personal qualities one person may have, the style in which they lead may be a better indication of strong leadership.

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