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Leadership in Forestry and Lumbering

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Leadership involves courage, intelligence, initiative and knowledge, assumed to make up 50, 30, 15 and 5 per cent respectively of the total. Knowledge and a sort of latent intelligence are characteristic of foresters, but courage and initiative are practically dormant. Among lumbermen, initiative and a blind courage predominate. The two groups should get together and merge their separate resources in the qualities necessary for a well rounded leadership. This article was inspired by the recent annual meeting of the Society.
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Document Type: Journal Article

Publication date: 01 March 1933

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