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Martial Arts Leadership During a Pandemic, Part 2

In the world of business, the perception of leadership has changed from its early days when it largely mirrored the military model of leadership from the top down, with influential individuals dominating large groups of less powerful people. Nowadays, business leadership is far more knowledge driven. The lowliest employee may end up effectively leading the direction of a vast corporation through their innovative ideas. Anyone with critical knowledge can show leadership. This is known as “thought leadership.” In other situations, leadership can be about taking a stand for what you believe in and trying to convince people to think and act differently. Leadership has been variously described as the “process

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Grandmaster Jessie Bowen
Grandmaster Jessie Bowen
is president of Karate International of Durham, Inc., a member of the American Martial Arts Association Sport Karate League and Hall of Fame, and has been a member of the Duke University P.E. Staff for over 25 years. He is the author of Zen Mind-Body Mindfulness Meditation and Zen Mind-Body Mindfulness Meditation for Martial Arts, as well as several other books, programs, and audio CDs on meditation and success training.

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