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Political Leadership – an interview with Georgia Sorenson

US Leadership Scholar and Møller By-Fellow of Churchill College, Professor Georgia Sorenson, discusses what she believes to be an American “anti-leadership” model and the important qualities and attributes of today’s political leaders. She explores “big” leadership, including transformational leadership, and remarks on what it means to be an authentic leader, as well as why leaders feel they need to be liked.

Following the Political Leadership Symposium at Churchill College in November 2015, Gillian Secrett, CEO of The Møller Centre, interviewed a number of contributors including former Home Secretary, The Right Honourable Charles Clarke, Lord Mandelson, Julian Huppert, Kristina Spohr, David Runciman and Georgia Sorenson.

The leadership interviews were filmed by Cambridge TV and the fifth in the series of six can be viewed below.

Find out more about Georgia’s role of Leadership Scholar at the Møller Institute

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