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Leaders Open Doors by Bill Treasurer

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Conclusion

Leading Door to Door

 

The circle of open-door leadership is extended when the people you’ve opened doors for start opening doors for others. The sweetest reward is having a door opened for you by someone who’s become a leader with your help.

One of my favorite career moments happened 20 years after I worked with Dick Thompson, the Vietnam vet I mentioned in the last chapter. Through the encouragement and support of open-door leaders like Dick, I started my own leadership-development company—Giant Leap Consulting. A few years ago, one of my clients wanted to conduct a workshop on how to lead during stressful times. Guess who I called? ...

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