From Knowledge@Wharton: Lead­er­ship takes many forms, but those who are among its most successful prac­ti­tioners all note the crucial value of team­work and a strong focus on the imme­diate objec­tive at hand. At the recent 16th Annual Wharton Lead­er­ship Confer­ence, former NASA space shuttle commander Jeffrey Ashby, National Outdoor Lead­er­ship School director John Kanengi­eter and GM vice chairman Stephen Girsky described their own lead­er­ship expe­ri­ences and what they think defines success versus failure. · Go to The power of ‘active followers’ from Mission Control to moun­tain climbing →