Leading Through Division Host Bob Edwards speaks with Michael Kaiser, the newly appointed president of the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., as part of a series of conversations on Morning Edition about leading a divided group. Kaiser is known for his track record of bringing troubled arts organizations back from the brink of collapse. He says the most important facet of leadership is a vision for the future.

Leading Through Division

Leading Through Division

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Host Bob Edwards speaks with Michael Kaiser, the newly appointed president of the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., as part of a series of conversations on Morning Edition about leading a divided group. Kaiser is known for his track record of bringing troubled arts organizations back from the brink of collapse. He says the most important facet of leadership is a vision for the future.