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Rory Trotter

Thanks for sharing, Steve.

There is a saying that goes "I have something more important than courage - I have patience."

If leaders had more patience I think we'd see fewer failed initiatives and more truly value added, foundational changes to the workplace. I'd like to see fewer incremental changes and more focus on generating real value through the sort of sustained energy you're talking about.

Thanks again for sharing.

Best,

Rory

Aohanian

Steve. Every leader would love to imagine they are a sleek, nippy cheetah. But as you say, they’re no good in a marathon. The truth is, most successful leaders are more like elephants. Fast when they have to be; collaborative (unlike the lonesome cheetah), enduring, and above all, they have a great memory. Elephants survive in tough conditions because they are smart and that’s how businesses survive today.

Cowan Anderson

I agree that many focus on training their potential leaders and need to move to development. The challenge here is that both training and development for IT Company need to be in place.

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