President Joe Biden
Leading up to Inauguration Day, my mind kept going back to an interview I did in late 2018 with historian Doris Kearns Goodwin on her then-new book, Leadership in Turbulent Times.
We focused on the practical: What CEOs could learn from three of our most successful presidents, Teddy Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln and FDR, about how they bucked up their teams, got smarter by welcoming dissenting ideas (Lincoln wasn’t the only one with a cabinet of rivals), dealt with frustrations—and ultimately kept their sanity and good humor.
But one part that stands out—at least today—was her response to
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