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What are the characteristics of leaders who derailed (failed to perform successfully) and were either dismissed, transferred, opted for early retirement, or simply plateaued with no chance for promotion (according to the Center for Creative Leadership studies, 1983, 1985, 1995)? How do you think your co-workers view you in regard to these characteristics? Be honest in your self-assessment.
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