Better or Worse?

October 22nd, 2013  | 

Published in Leadership, Uncategorized

“The measure of success,” said John Foster Dulles, “is not whether you have a tough problem to deal with, but whether it is the same problem you had last year.”

Dulles is not just the name of an airport. Dulles was Eisenhower’s Secretary of State and Time magazine’s Man of the Year in 1955.

Smart leaders don’t need to have all the answers, but they better be asking the right questions.

What’s the tough problem you and your team must solve to improve your performance in 2014?

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Contact me at greg.bustin@bustin.com if you’re ready to ask and answer the tough questions that will improve your organization’s performance.

About the Author: Greg Bustin is an executive coach, consultant and speaker who has delivered more than 500 keynotes and workshops on five continents. www.bustin.com Greg advises leaders at some of the world’s most admired companies, and his views about leadership have been published in The Wall Street Journal, Chief Executive, Fast Company, Forbes, Inc., Investor’s Business Daily, Leader to Leader, and other major publications. He’s written five leadership books. His newest book, How Leaders Decide: A Timeless Guide to Making Tough Choices (Sourcebooks), examines decision-making in history’s greatest triumphs and tragedies. How Leaders Decide

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