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The Rarest Commodity is Leadership Without Ego: Bob Davids

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Bob Davids is a successful businessman who begins his TedTalk by describing the triple constraint of management; quality, time, and money. He explains through experience that whichever two take precedence, the other will suffer. He describes a specific memory from leading a business overseas, with workers who spoke Chinese. He couldn’t understand the employee’s, much less demand orders as management normally would. He simply jumped in the dirty trench, and set an example for the workers. Seeing the ‘big boss man’ get his hands dirty gave the foreign workers a new respect and insight of Bob David and his role as a leader.

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Written by Tori Hildebrandt

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