As business leaders, we should all make amends and strive to do better as we move forward.
By Stephanie Dillon
Original Source: rollingstone.com
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In part one of this series, I explored the first six steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and the business lessons I, someone who has lived a life of recovery from alcoholism for 25 years, have pulled from them.
We left off with step six, which is about removing our character defects. However, true transformation as business leaders (and as individuals) requires following all 12 steps. Here are the things we should learn from the final six steps of AA...click here to continue reading