Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Leadership Lessons from Penn State

Thom Rainer:
  1. Do what is right regardless of the cost to any one individual or the organization as a whole.
  2. Be wary of subtle signs of rationalization creep
  3. Remember that no organization or leader is too big to fail or to fall. 
  4. Be careful about giving too much attention to your greatest admirers or to your greatest critics. 
  5. Set the right tone for an organization. 
  6. Know clearly how to handle situations where problems and abuses develop. 
  7. Make certain clear accountability is present at all levels of leadership
Read the rest for his explanations.  

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1 comment:

Phil said...

Another "moral" to be learned:

The little guy gets slammed when only the big guy was wrong.

So much for justice.