Leadership. Suppose a college student graduates with a major for which he or she lacks enthusiasm. What might this person do about becoming a passionate leader?
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Becoming a leader doesn't necessarily require passion, but it doesn't hurt. I assume the student in question is considering a field different from that of her major for which she isn't particularly enthusiastic, and I assume the question is how can such a student "shift gears" to become a passionate leader in a new field.
Regardless, becoming a leader, or becoming a better leader, ...
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"Next, one needs to create a system for measuring individual growth in these competencies, in particular measuring them in terms of efficiency and productivity, for example."