Over the years, political astuteness has become somewhat of a “dirty word”.

Perhaps tarred by the schoolyard tactics of modern day politicking, mere mention is often met with a negative response.

However, the political partisanship, digs, and sleights of hand seen today are counter-intuitive to what it really means to be politically astute.

And leaders, whether in public or private sectors, would do well to reinstate value in both the idea of political acumen, and in developing this vital skill.

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