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Lose sight of the purposes of leadership at your own peril

What’s the point of leadership? When asked that question, my clients responded:  “Leadership means integrity. A leader who does what he says he will do is a leader who can be trusted, and will be followed.”  “Setting an example is the true purpose of leadership. Anyone can talk in flowery language; effective leaders roll up their shirtsleeves ...

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