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Friday, November 28, 2014


Tom Kenny

This is a great paper. By which I mean it is undoubtedly useful (even if not the whole truth...).
The work here chimes well with other literature on leadership and I think is a great framework for thinking about one's own Public Health and/or Leadership practice. I also think that it is a more intuitively easy framework for thinking about leadership in Public Health then many other published frameworks. I think it is a good framework for thinking about the skills that need to be developed and nurtured. And that leads me to my single criticism of the paper...these should not be considered as talents, but as trainable skills.

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