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The purpose of this directory is to provide FREE leadership and management consulting services to students, researchers, philosophers, and all categories of people interested in developing their innate leadership capability.

You will meet experts who know a lot more about leadership management than you here. You will meet those who are leadership newbies here . . . people who don't know as much as you do about leadership management.

Hey, there's nothing to worry about. We are all here to learn and share. Besides, if you didn't know something when you got here, you will know enough after a couple of minutes of reading. Thereafter, you're no longer ignorant.

Come to think of it, it's better to admit your ignorance here and leave with a truck load of information . . . precious gems of invaluable knowledge required to succeed at your job . . . than to shock your bosses with your lack of knowledge and force them to wonder if they made a collosal mistake hiring you.

Let me say this clearly . . . no one is an island and no one knows it all. I'm still learning. And so are experts who are passionate about leadership success.

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