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The Leadership Spectrum: I. Three Primary Perspectives and Practices

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Polanyi, Michael (1969) Knowing and Being. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

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Wagner, Jerome (2010) Karen Horney’s Three Trends (Moving Toward, Against, Away From) and the Enneagram Styles. http://www.enneagramspectrum.com/184/karen-horneys-three-trends-moving-towards-against-away-from-and-the-enneagram-styles/

 

 

 

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