Tichy, Noel M.; Bennis, Warren G.
November 2007
Inc.;Nov2007, Vol. 29 Issue 11, p36
The article presents tips for business leaders on sustaining their good judgment and values. Character serves as a guide for making the right decision. Courage produces results, ensuring that the leader follows through on the decision he or she has made. Judgment is about more than decision making or having high standards.


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