Evil Leadership is Always Exposed

Written by Mark Farnham

On September 4, 2013

Leadership which is evil, while it may succeed temporarily, always carries with it the seeds of its own destruction…Misleadership is something false coming through a strong personality, and the stronger the personality, the worse the ultimate crash.

B. L. Montgomery, The Path to Leadership (NY: Putnam, 1961), 37.

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