In short, one of the most common mistakes to be found in poor leaders is an inability to understand the difference between these two ways of working.
Why not ask Richard Branson? Branson approaches the topics with his idiosyncratic humour, and they cover everything from starting a business to making a difference in the world. If you can learn easily from the question-and-answer format then you'd get a lot more out of this book than I did.
The decision to merge his Virgin Media Company with NTL was to integrate both of the companies' compatible parts of commerce. Branson has stated that he was formerly a global warming sceptic and was influenced in his decision by a breakfast meeting with Al Gore.
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He formed Virgin Holidays in Another relatively common confrontation avoidance technique with weak leaders is to always have someone else on hand to take care of the dirty work on their behalf.
Branson wrote in his autobiography of the decision to start an airline.
His innate sense of curiosity and the ability to laugh at himself bring to light his humility.