Develop A Tolerance For Ambiguity

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Executive Summary

The best leaders have a high tolerance for ambiguity. They don't go nuts over the unknown, and they don't lose patience upon intermittent disappointments. They are able to work with what they know, identify what they don't know, and make decisions accordingly. They also act with a faith in the law of averages. Over time, truth has a way of revealing itself. A common occurrence in any organization is what the author has come to call "Momentary injustice."

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