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Marty Linsky

Co-founder of the leadership-focused consulting firm, Cambridge Leadership Associates, Marty Linsky teaches at the Harvard Kennedy School, co-authors the advice column, Leadership House Call and blogs at Linsky on Leadership .

The Best Disappointer

The Nobel Prize for Leadership should be awarded to the person or persons who have demonstrated unusual courage and skill in disappointing their own people at a rate they could absorb, in furtherance of the purpose of resolving a long-standing, seemingly intractable, problem. And the winners are: Gerry Adams and Ian Paisley.

By Marty Linsky

 |  October 12, 2009; 10:31 PM ET
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