Leadership Lessons from Chris Christie’s Bridgegate
Bridgegate—lane closures on the George Washington Bridge allegedly orchestrated by Christie’s staff as a political attack against the mayor of Fort Lee, New Jersey—was a huge scandal.
The New Jersey governor’s direct connection to the bridge closing still remains unclear. But as the governor’s poll numbers continue to slip, it’s safe to say that things aren’t looking good.
Regardless of wrongdoing, an interesting leadership conundrum has presented itse...
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