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The only way for a leader to get results is through the followers, the people that work for and support the leader. Of course, every leader desires to produce first-rate results, but it is the process of getting these results that identifies the leader’s effectiveness and greatness. You have heard the adage that “the means should justify the ends and the ends should justify the means.” This conundrum describes how a person goes about getting the results he or she wants and making sure that the results as well as the intentions are ethical and appropriate. The only way for a leader to always produce first-rate results is to take the high road approach in everything he or she attempts to do.