Followers and Leaders

McDargh, Eileen
December 2006
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Dec2006, Vol. 23 Issue 12, p12
The author recounts her canoeing experience in the cast watershed of lakes and inlets between Minnesota and Canada. The lessons she learned from her experience was compared to business crisis. According to her, in crisis times like the strong headwinds, everyone must do their job. She said that trust is a two-way street. She stated that a great leader makes the job look easy.


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