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"You don't win by just being against things; you only win by being for things and making your message perfectly clear." - Feb. 11, 1975.

Being a leader is hard and Thatcher knows it well. This quote perfectly emphasizes on the approach that CIOs must take against situations within the corporate. Never oppose the essentials inside the organization. The best recommended path is to face them, by finding the best solution and also make yourself clear to the board about your views, facts and the specifics on the new project.

"I am extraordinarily patient, provided I get my own way in the end." - House of Commons, March 31, 1982.

Patience is always a hard nut to crack, especially for corporate executives. But if well utilized, this can be your biggest asset. It’s recommended that CIOs and other decision makers in the enterprise be extremely patient. The more patient you are, the more influential you become. One of Thatcher’s best leadership qualities was her patience and it’s highly recommended that decision makers of the enterprise should follow.

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