Respect is due 

That
incompetent boss leading the company to ruins joined a company that is
on fire; has bombs going off in various parts of the building; has a
board of directors working to withhold the water and sabotage any
progress; has some board members appearing to have a stronger allegiance
to outside interests than to the betterment of the company; has
demoralizing worldwide commitments draining personnel and capital; has a
company publicly damaged by years of previous mismanagement.

At
the end of the day, I don’t like everything this new leader does, but I
didn’t like or attack everything the previous leader did, either. I
have never believed for one second that either leader is disloyal.

—Jon Womastek, Oklahoma City

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