A Trusted Adviser

Posted by: Rod Kurtz on September 7, 2006

Highly effective leaders trust advisors to help them explore new ideas and discover critical solutions. The candor, talent, expertise, and heart of those we choose will help illuminate our blind spots and navigate the road ahead. Indeed, people without an adviser operate somewhat in the dark, lacking healthy, outside perspective.

Like a beacon cutting through the many agendas and ambitions that demand our attention, a trusted adviser has our best interests at heart. Having such key support is a winning way to enhance your judgment as a leader and the success of your organization.

David Peck
Founder
Leadership Unleashed
San Francisco

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