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'Madness' And Leadership, Hand In Hand

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Uncovering the Links Between Leadership and Mental Illness

 king A new research led by Dr. Nassir Ghaemi, of the Moods Disorders Program at Tufts   Medical Center in Boston lays out the argument that leaders with some mental   illnesses, particularly in mania or depression, are often better in the time of crisis. His    research shows that great leaders such as Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King Jr.  not only had some form of mental illness but these symptoms where relevant to their leadership.      

 

Click here to read more about how "Mental Illness" is indirectly related to good leadership.

 

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