Three leadership lessons I learned at the White House that will help you now

There is nothing like a crisis to distinguish great leaders from mediocre or even terrible ones. Over the last couple of months, we have seen countless examples of incredible and inspiring leadership: Jacinda Ardern in New Zealand, Andrew Cuomo in New York state. Unfortunately, we have also seen the division, chaos, and anxiety that poor leadership brings.

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