Highlights – April 2013

Finally, let's take a look at the most important research findings from various fields of study.

When managers move into leadership positions, the demands on their time and the scope of their responsibilities typically increase dramatically. As a result, leadership is often characterized as being exceedingly stressful.

A landmark Harvard Business Review article in 1981 noted that "managing others…creates unending stress.… Today's managers face increasing time pressure with little respite.".....

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