Conflicting Values in Leadership

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claudio pizzi, Business Consultant, Argentina
Conflicting Values in Leadership
Values and purposes exist at multiple levels. And normally one tries to conform to all of them. But ultimately (when forced to choose - because there is a mismatch), do you think a leader must be faithful to the values of the society (s)he lives in, the organization (s)he leads, the team or group (s)he manages, or his/her own personal values? (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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🔥How to Grow Towards a Higher Organizational Purpose
Public Administration Purpose
Personal Agendas versus Corporate Agendas
Best Practices
Conflicting Values in Leadership
🥈Evolution Into a Dysfunctional Society
🥉How Bad Managers can Render any Corporate Purpose Pointless
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