Replying to LO29197 --
Who appoints a chairman of a committee, and what is his role under the
'rules of etiquette' ? Aren't meetings always intended to be run on a
I don't think it's important that the leader is or isn't elected. In one
company I worked for, we used to protect the boss from the consequences of
his own enthusiasm. he was definitely a risk taker (and multimillionaire
because of it).
"Alan Cotterell" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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