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(#185) Who Should Really Get Off The Bus?
If leaders cannot encourage and support open debate— even when it questions the direction of the bus—maybe they should get off the bus. In his best seller, Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap…and Others Don’t, Jim Collins … Continue reading
Posted in collaboration, Critical Thinking, leadership, teamwork Tagged conversation, critical thinking, debate, Jim Collins, leadership, rebellion 5 Comments