a great blurb from a great leadership article

"Boards that foster a culture of inquiry," [Nancy Axelrod] writes, "are better positioned to tackle controversial matters, to look at issues from all sides, and make thoughtful decisions. When dialogue, candor, and dissent are all part of group dynamics, board members master the skills of learning, dissecting the issues, and responding thoughtfully, truthfully, and in the best interests of the organization."  --  http://exceptionalboards.com/2012/02/06/reversal-of-fortune/ 

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