On Leadership: Vernon Jordan, political & corporate advisor
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On Leadership: Vernon Jordan, political & corporate advisor

Vernon Jordan talks with On Leadership's Steve Pearlstein about "stupid" CEO demands, the boards that rein them in, and why "the ultimate test of leadership" is knowing your limitations. Video by Troy Harrison, MJ Lee, Elizabeth Tenety & Andrea Useem/Washington Post Visit On Leadership

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