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Pure Decisiveness Is Overrated

This more nuanced variety is the domain of great leaders

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Decisiveness is a trait of great leaders. It conveys confidence, boldness, and courage. If a CEO wants her team to consistently perform at high levels, one of the most important things she can do is be reliably decisive.




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Shane Kinkennon

Shane Kinkennon

I write about principled, person-centered leadership. And occasionally matters of the heart.

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