Apropos to my earlier column on ‘ Former Leader Syndrome ’, a good friend of mine was a long-time executive—chief marketing officer—for a prominent U.S. organization. ADVERTISEMENT He was anything but your typical ‘corporate stiff.’ But, as easygoing as he seemed, he also was extremely demanding. It was never acceptable to do something ‘well enough’; only the highest quality work was acceptable.

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