Smart, good decision-makers weigh relationships as well as facts

10/23/2013 |

Good leadership isn't just about making the right decisions based on the facts in front of you, it's also about understanding the relationships in play and the political costs of action, writes Susan Mazza. "It is important to understand both the facts and the relationships if you want to provide the leadership essential to making the best possible decisions," she writes.

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