From Pine View Farm

“Lessons in Leadership” 0

My boss at my first full-time job was a really good boss. (Like many good bosses, if he had a failing, it was that he would try too hard to save the jobs of persons who had demonstrated that they richly deserved to be separated from the organization.)

One day after I had known him long enough to feel comfortable do so, I asked how he got to be so skillful at managing people. He replied, “Welllll, I think about what my first boss would have done.

“Then I do the exact opposite.”

Ronald E. Riggio suggests that the same statement applies Donald Trump’s leadership you-could-hardly-call-it-a style.


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