As a leader, you might think you should have everything figured out already, but this simply isn't true. While all of us have our own talents, leadership skills are often something we have to learn along the way.
n the seventeenth century, the French statesman Cardinal Richelieu relied heavily on the advice of Father François Leclerc du Tremblay, known as France’s éminence grise for his gray monk’s habit. Like the famous cardinal, today’s business leaders have their gray eminences. But these advisers aren’t monks bound by a vow of poverty. They’re usually called coaches.
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