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Breaking the Leadership Mold: An Executive's Guide to Achieving Organizational Excellence by Maribeth Kuzmeski

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Chapter 14. PRINCIPLE #14: GET OTHER EXECUTIVES ON BOARD (OR OUT OF THE WAY)*

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To create great organizations, ideally, all executives individually should be great leaders and the executive team should be a highly effective team, aligned with the greater goals. That's the ideal, but let's be honest—for many, it is simply wishful thinking. In reality, some executives will get on board with a new way of leading, while others may continue to lead using methods that have always served them well in the past. But is organizational greatness possible without 100 percent buy-in at the top, particularly if the focus is to develop everyone's leadership throughout the organization?

We have known for some time now that in order for leadership development ...

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