By Lee Ellis
More than 85% of the business population tilts toward being either results-oriented or relationships-oriented and weak at the other.
The idea of balancing results and relationships is nothing new. If you don’t get results, you can’t be truly successful in your work or justify your purpose and if you don’t take care of your people, some will quit and leave and some will quit and stay. In either case, it’s not a viable situation. Your readers need to identify their strengths and find more balance between the two
Author of Leading with Honor: Leadership Lessons from the Hanoi Hilton
Reprinted from the Letters to Editor section in the December 2012 Issue of Home Business Magazine
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