General Motors CEO Mary Barra opted to take responsibility for a recall of more than 1 million vehicles despite the fact that she has been on the job for only two months. The move seems to signal a departure from the leadership style used by many other CEOs, who tend to keep a low profile and deflect responsibility, Michael Wolff writes. "She is clearly willing to be General Motors," Wolff writes. "She's personifying what the company stands for -- owning it."
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