How can senior managers make a change for the better in their own lives and, by association, in Corporate Leadership and Governance? Via their Personal Governance, how can they take steps towards a more credible and widely-accented form of governance as a whole? Fredy Hausamman, member of the Amrop Global Executive Board and managing partner of Amrop in Switzerland, adds the personal Governance dimension to the existing concepts and rules of Corporate Governance. Because strong and sustainable Corporate Governance can only happen if the people in charge of organization can demonstrate solid Personal Governance.

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