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Leadership expert says political skills important to leader satisfaction

(Kansas State University) Political skill is a fundamental quality of a transformational leader and being good at it can increase job satisfaction and engagement, according to research published by Andrew Wefald, associate professor in the Staley School of Leadership Studies, and Kansas State University alumni Kyle van Ittersum and Jennifer Mencl.
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