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Leadership arises when easy answers are hard to come by

Leadership failures can often be traced to a cardinal bad habit: oversimplifying beliefs, responses and decisions. This happens when leaders make decisions too quickly and expediently so they can move on to the next issue on the agenda. Or when they become impatient or lazy and habitually prefer sound bites to deep dives. That’s unfortunate. Why? Because ...

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