From Rosabeth Moss Kanter at Harvard Business Review: For many observers of the rancorous partisanship surrounding the budget crisis in Washington, leadership is hardly the first concept that comes to mind, although President Obama's efforts toward a workable framework exemplify CEO responsibility. But sometimes the worst of circumstances can teach the best lessons. After relieving anxiety over the American economy with a few Boston Red Sox games, I see four things leaders in any field can learn from the evolving conflicts and compromises: · Go to Four leadership lessons from debt-ceiling brinkmanship (and baseball) →