advertisement advertisement advertisement As he stood below the dome of the U.S. Capitol, newly inaugurated President Joe Biden called for unity in a place where just days before there was violence and insurrection. advertisement advertisement While this was a rallying cry to the American people to come together, his message could equally have been a rallying cry for his Cabinet and advisers. Will this administration's leaders rise to become the nation's "First Team?" The incoming Biden administration brings together an extraordinary level of governing experience. The president has convinced two former U.N. ambassadors and a former secretary of state to take on lesser roles, and likewise there has never been a Treasury secretary who has already served as chair of the Federal Reserve. This president has 50 years' worth of Washington, D.C., relationships, and he is putting them to use in building his team. But in government, like in business, vast expertise and years of service can be both a blessing and a curse. New advisers and cabinet officials are handpicked based on academic or military backgrounds, policy, and political benefits to the president. Mastery of team leadership can easily be left wanting. Some may come with single-minded agendas. Others… Read full this story
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