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Effectively Influencing Decision Makers: Ensuring That Your Knowledge Makes a Difference

Marshall Goldsmith

Former Harvard Professor Chris Argyris pointed out how “upward feedback” often turns into “upward buck-passing”. Challenge up” on issues involving ethics or integrity – never remain silent on ethics violations. The best of corporations can be severely damaged by only one violation of corporate integrity.

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28 Leadership Development Recommendations for your Individual Development Plan

Great Leadership By Dan

Linda Fisher Thornton , from Leading in Context , says “Every leader should have proactive steps for learning and improving ethics - including their moral compass , their interpersonal behavior, their global thinking, their community impact and their environmental sustainability.”.