Gen. Colin L. Powell has managed thousands of Americans as both the country’s No. 1 diplomat and No. 1 soldier, and his leadership style was and remains built upon the basic principles he learned as a 21-year-old lieutenant in the U.S. Army. “The sign at the entrance to Fort Benning in Georgia says, ‘Follow me,’” Powell said Sunday during his keynote speech at the National Restaurant Association Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show in Chicago. “Leadership is all ...

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