Ron Bloom was added to the list and realistically I should have of placed this guy as the first entry of best leaders. He more or less revived GM rather than letting it sink. Now let me think about this one, if he as a leader had let it sink it would resulted in many job losses whilst also dampening an American economy. His traits enabled him to raise finances through the government and in my opinion not many leaders know how to do that. I credit this trait as it is something that the owner of wholesale investors had told me was the most critical trait to have as a leader, i.e. being able to raise finances in times of need.
Essentially this is what business is about although I hate to think like this. Perhaps this is where moral accountability doesn't work as when a crisis does hit there is no time to be moral rather there is only time to do what is necessary. Quite saddening to say the least :(