Richard Farson

The EBF site is dead. If you click through you will be taken to the Internet Archive site to find an archived copy.

I have found that there are two kinds of good employees. One is the willing assistant prepared to accept whatever tasks are assigned and to accomplish them with dispatch and good will. The other goes further, anticipating what the needs are going to be and then offering solutions, not problems, ideas, not complaints. This anticipatory role is seldom asked for; nevertheless, it is an important leadership role played by those who are not called leaders.

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