Vital Integrities: How Values-based Leaders Acquire And Preserve Their Credibility
This comprehensive and practical guide to leadership is designed to be every managers long-term companion, blending research with real-life stories, and highlighting six leadership principles--called Vital Integrities--critical to inspiring employees in todays age of corporate scandals.
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Accept Challenges and Take Risks
Master both Listening and Speaking
Live By the Values They Profess
Freely Give Away Their Authority
Recognize the Best in Others
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