The Best Leaders Stand In The Way Of The Bad Stuff

And make sure something better starts.

The Best Leaders Stand in The Way Of The Bad Stuff and make sure something better starts.
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Have you heard the adage, “sh*t rolls downhill?” It means that whatever unpleasant thing is happening at the top of any chain of command will inevitably “roll downhill” impacting everyone down to the entry-level.

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Jessica Donahue, PHR

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