Why Doing The Right Thing Makes You A Better Leader

How one man’s integrity outlasted his fiercest critics

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In September 1961, Pat Quinlan, then aged 42 and Commandant of ‘A’ Company of the 35th Irish Battalion, looked out on the small mining town of Jadotville in the Congo.

He and the 156 men under his command were part of a U.N. peace-keeping mission.