Sandra J. Peart, dean of the Jepson School of Leadership Studies, discusses steps people can take to become more effective leaders.


"Leaders get asked to do all sorts of things, and they have to sometimes do things on the fly, and move very quickly," she says. "It's important to have had some time with yourself, and talking to other people, reflecting on what your ethical priorities are, and making sure that you don't get pushed—without having time to think about it—over one of those lines." Understanding those lines can help you make the right decisions for you, regardless of the pressures around you.


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