Monday, May 7, 2012

Koliso Recommends: Nine Ancient Leadership Lessons

Perhaps one of the greatest book on business and leadership was written in the fourth century BCE by a student of Socrates. Its subject was Cyrus the Great—the king of Persia and a renowned leader. Cyrus's admirer's included the likes of Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin and Julius Caesar. From self-reliance and brevity, to courtesy and kindness, these top nine timeless leadership lessons employed by Cyrus the Great are a model for modern-day leaders as well. Read more about them in this article by contributor Ryan Holiday.

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