Fox’s “American Idol” recently kicked off its 10th season with new judges and a new batch of hopeful contestants.
Although I know many people don’t like to admit that they watch “America Idol,” I am not one of them. I not only like the amazing singers and the ones who make me cringe, but I take in a number of leadership lessons hidden within the show.
That’s right–leadership lessons from “American Idol.”
Specifically, federal managers can learn from the crucial conversations that the judges–Randy Jackson, Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler–have with each singer about their performance.
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