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Friday, January 23, 2015


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Alan Landry

Anna, thanks for posting this! It in part explains why there is such an appetite for REAL mentorship that unmasks poor leadership for what it is. Being in a key corporate leadership position does not make you a good leader or a good person or a good mentor. You bring your whole self to the position. If you were a jerk before the appointment, the odds are you are still a jerk. Just ask those who work for you. These folks are usually the last to know, blinded by their own glitz!

Anna Catalano

Glad you agree, Alan!! Thanks for the comment!!

Dawna Jarvis

Thank you Anna. I'm so tired of corporations keeping jerk leaders because they get results. I wish those organizations would consider who is actually getting the results. The bad leader or his/her staff?

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