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  • Jay Kaufman


Marty Linsky wisely offered that "leadership entails dispensing loss to your people at a rate they can absorb." Leadership entails change and change, of necessity, entails loss. There is no leadership without loss. Rabbi Earl Grollman, in turn, reminded us that "there is no loss without grief." A good leader knows this and cares.

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