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5.4.3 Two key leadership activities

  • Providing feedback: giving evaluative feedback so that it is experienced as helpful rather than destructive.

  • Problem ownership: the importance of accepting responsibility for our own problems, rather than blaming others.


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5 Conclusion

Are we now better equipped to answer the three questions posed in Section 1.1?

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