Leadership Without Easy Answers

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  • A.
  • Published 2006
Five sub principles of the razor’s edge: A. Identify the adaptive challengesDiagnose the situation with light of the values at stake, and unbundled the issues that come with. B. Keep the level of distress within a tolerable range for doing adaptive work. C. Focus attention on the ripening issues and not on stress reducing distractions. D. Give the work back to the people, but at a rate they can stand. E. Protect the voices of leadership without authority. 
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