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The 5 Minute Leader: Collaborative Leadership VS Consensus, Do You Need Both?

Collaboration and consensus are not the same thing even though they are oftentimes used in the same sentence. What's the difference between them and do you need both for effective leadership?

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Today’s 5-Minute Leader explores a topic that comes up in many of my discussions with senior leaders. Specifically, what’s the relationship between collaboration and consensus and should leaders strive for consensus in decision making? I’ll be sharing a story from history about President Kennedy during the Cuban Missile Crisis to explore this concept in more detail. If you are or want to be in a leadership role, this is going to be an important video!

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