Leadership History Lessons – Robert F. Kennedy

Jan 18, 2018 by Tatiana McCabe

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Our next video on leadership lessons from history comes from one of the greatest speeches about leading in uncertain times. Leaders make decisions in a fog of uncertainty. We can never be sure exactly what’s going to happen next. Yet we must move forward anyway, or risk being left behind. How we handle this mix of pressure and ambiguity is perhaps the ultimate test of leadership.

In his 1966 speech, Robert F. Kennedy, inspires us to look at uncertain times with a sense of adventure that sparks our creativity and brings us together as a team, regardless of our differences.


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