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01/13/2010 | Harvard Business Review online

Leaders shouldn't put employees in "ugly little boxes" when defining who they are but instead work to establish new relationships with them by always assuming the best about them and understanding "what makes them tick," Susan Cramm writes. "Casting negative attributions on the behavior and character of others only serve to limit you," she writes.

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