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Leaders regularly receive input, opinions, advice, and suggestions from those around them. This is all well and good when the opinions match the final decision made. There are times however, when the final decision a leader makes conflicts with the input of someone or possibly many on the team. It is as those times when leaders must understand how to hold firm to the decisions they have made while maintaining the respect and trust of others. Here are seven tips to consider when you find yourself in this position:
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Article Submitted On: February 22, 2009
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