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To become a strong ethical leader, learn from your failures (access required)

In 1994, after serving as an attorney in the Army’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps for seven years, I accepted a position as a safety, health and environmental counsel for a multinational chemical company. Headquartered in Greenwich, Conn., the company manufactured a wide variety of specialty and commodity products in dozens of plants around the world. After ...

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