January 2015

“Leader” is more than a title or a position; it is a role that must be embodied in professional and personal spheres, bolstered by a strength of character. Good leaders are able to lead through times of triumph, tragedy, and change. Even better leaders understand the underlying theories and concepts that can guide them through those varied situations. This issue offers a look at some of those theories—and the tools, techniques, and tips that have developed from them.