After contributing so little during the previous two days, Jamie decided that he would have to go through with his riskiest approach. The only way to save himself would be to create a major distraction, maybe even a potential crisis that he could then help to avoid. And it would have to involve Rich.
As he stood to announce the exercise, Jamie knew that there was no turning back, so there was no sense in being nervous. With all the confidence of a seven-year veteran of Telegraph, he began: “Thanks, Rich. What we’re going to do today is review the results of the 360-degree feedback questionnaires that we filled out a few weeks ago. But rather than going through the feedback we received from our direct reports, we’ll just focus ...

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