Bosses should take the blame, but not the credit

Good bosses never hog the credit for their team's achievements, and they are always ready to take the bullet when things go wrong, says Stetson chief executive Pamela Fields. "That's the most important thing I can offer people -- that if something goes wrong, it's my problem; if something goes right, it's their success," she says.

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