Key Advice for Potential Partners

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By Martin Bissett
Passport to Partnership

You may want to become a partner, but that requires leadership. Do you display the traits you admire in leaders?

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Partnership pointers

1. Take time to identify a leader you admire from any walk of life. Jot down a criterion for emulating their success behaviors. How many of these criteria do you fulfill yourself already and what do you yet lack but can work on right away?