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Everyday leadership:

Good leaders are patient teachers

April 3, 2013
The Marietta Times

In 1982, I had the opportunity to work as an archaeological research assistant in Missouri for a couple of months. My younger brother, Jack, was the archaeologist who headed up the crew with whom I worked. I had recently left the coal mines in preparation for beginning my doctorate in interpersonal communication. I was excited about the new experience with archaeology. It was quite a change from coal mining and I would be able to spend some time with my brother to better understand the nature of his work.

 
 

 

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