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Good leaders do not promote themselves at the expense of others. Instead, they promote the interests of others. They consider this better than privilege or prestige.

Leaders can be women or men, young or old, from any ethnic group or tribe. The character of a leader has a longer lasting impact than his or her qualifications. Current leaders have a responsibility to identify and train the next generation of leaders.

This edition of Footsteps shares advice about working with people, working in teams and building effective organisations.

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