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Dean Deborah Merrill-Sands Writes on "Principled Leadership: A model for the 'reset' economy" in Women's Business Boston

BOSTON (September 2, 2009) — Simmons School of Management Dean Deborah Merrill-Sands speaks to the importance of 'principled leadership' during times of financial uncertainly in a column titled, "Principled Leadership: A model for the 'reset' economy," featured in the September edition of Women's Business Boston.

Click here to read the full text of the story in which she writes: "Today, we navigate in unchartered waters. We can no longer rely on many of the "truths" that served as our ballast, shaped our understanding and judgments, and guided our site lines into the future...These times call for stronger leadership accountability, not simply stronger leadership. It is no longer sufficient to define effective leaders as those who mobilize groups of people to achieve extraordinary results."

 To learn more about Dean Merrill-Sands and her work related principled leadership and business, click here.