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John Caddell

Bob, I was reading "The Odyssey" with my son the evening after watching this interview and read this passage, which I think speaks volumes to the fact that good bosses communicate openly.

This is just after Odysseus has learned from Circe that they will next encounter the Sirens and, after that, the twin dangers of Scylla and Charybdis:

"At last, and sore at heart, I told my shipmates, 'Friends, it's wrong for only one or two to know the revelations that lovely Circe made to me alone. I'll tell you all, so that we can die with our eyes wide open now or escape our fate and certain death together....'"

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