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Frances Hesselbein
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Frances Hesselbein

Former CEO of the Girl Scouts of the USA, Frances Hesselbein is the Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Leader to Leader Institute and was the Founding President of the Peter F. Drucker Foundation.

Leaving Well

For the public and private sectors, the rules are the same. Leaving well is the greatest gift a leader can give the organization. And when we leave, never do we give advice, or criticism, only appreciation of the organization, if we speak at all.

When we leave, we leave. We close the door. Period.


By Frances Hesselbein

 |  May 11, 2009; 4:11 PM ET
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Given that Cheney was unable during his own tenure to persuade Americans on the question of torture, he can't possibly believe that he can influence them now.

This merely underlines the fact that he is on a PR mission to clear his name and avoid prosecution.

Posted by: kjohnson3 | May 12, 2009 2:53 PM
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