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Don Frederiksen

Nice post.

It gets you thinking that when you cover your employee's backs, they will be infinitely more likely to cover your back.

I appreciate your insight and really like your 17 things.
Thank you.

Jeroen Stouten

I love these examples. Very few would take that crossroad of covering the back of others. It not only takes integrity but also courage.

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