Leadership

Humane leadership must be the Fourth Industrial Revolution's real innovation

Leaders need to understand their own strengths and weaknesses in order to manage others Image: BURST

Paolo Gallo

Adjunct Professor Bocconi University, Founder Compass Consulting, Executive Coach

Vlatka Hlupic

CEO, The Management Shift Consulting

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