Leaders must be capable of admitting they are wrong. David Mellor might have survived if he had not been so arrogant. They must not reward themselves out of all proportion to the rewards they give to those they lead. Most chairmen seem to feel the basis of their bonus has nothing to do with the supporting staff.
The man in the street can overcome almost any adversity provided he is led by those with purpose and integrity. But he will not suffer fools too long.
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