Character in leadership matters. At Ivey, the character is defined as an amalgam of virtues, values and certain traits. The character speaks to who a person is rather than what they are able to do. Some would say the virtues of courage, humility, and humanity are equally as important as the virtues of accountability, drive, and integrity. Do you think this is true?
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