Joe Biden's leadership style - as seen by an ex-colleague

A former White House adviser and a comms chief break down Joe Biden as a leader.

by Stephen Jones

The result of the US election is without doubt, a certain global pandemic aside, the biggest geopolitical event of the year. The impact of Joe Biden's win will be felt far beyond the United States, influencing global political relationships, trade and potentially the nature of the UK’s future relationship with the EU. 

Management Today has attempted to break down the thought processes and style behind Donald Trump numerous times, but putting policy aside, what is new president-elect Joe Biden like to work for?

Biden is a familiar face in the White House. The former lawyer became a senator in 1972 and his spent five decades in politics, the majority in Congress, working on issues ranging from law reform to foreign relations. He notably spent eight years as vice president under Barack Obama.

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