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How Leaders Use The Paradox Secret To Solve Tough Problems

By Kevin on September 10, 2013 in leadership
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Are there problems in your organization that just keep coming up? Get a room full of CEOs together over dinner and they’ll are start sharing their frustrations over virtually the same things.

  • “How can I balance short-term profits with long-term growth?”
  • “Should we centralize or decentralize?”
  • “As a leader, should I be directive or democratic?”

In his new book, Getting Unstuck: Using Leadership Paradox to Execute with Confidence, Ralph Jacobson explains that your toughest problem might not be a problem at all, but rather it’s a paradox.

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