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Coping with fickle followers

Leadership is an art form that many dabble in, but few master. One of the things that makes it so challenging is what Robert Greene calls “the law of fickleness.”

Dino Signore, PhD

Who is Dino?

An expert on second-stage entrepreneurs, Dino Signore has a doctorate in business psychology and is manager of entrepreneurial education at the Edward Lowe Foundation.

Signore leads all of the foundation’s learning events, which have been attended by thousands of second-stage business owners and executives as well as leaders of entrepreneur support organizations. He has trained hundreds of facilitators in the foundation’s PeerSpectives peer learning protocol and is known for his relevant content design and engaging and experiential facilitation style.

In addition, Signore has been an adjunct professor at Indiana Tech and Southwestern Michigan College, teaching a wide range of undergraduate business courses. He is married to his wife, Gina, an artist and owner of Dahlia House Studios and they have two daughters.

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Coping with fickle followers

Leadership is an art form that many dabble in, but few master. One of the things that makes it so challenging is what Robert Greene calls “the law of fickleness.”

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