Public sector leadership lessons from a permanent secretary by Sir Leigh Lewis at The Guardian on 20 May 2013.

The author provides an overview of his leadership experiences (both good and bad) in the public sector of the United Kingdom.  He posits that the key aspects are not about being popular, but about having a vision and being visible (and accessible).  Additionally, he states that where he experienced most problems was when he didn’t communicate enough, even though he had good reasons not too (i.e., bad news).

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