Medrobotics CEO Samuel Straface has a habit of being last out the door – a habit that may have saved his company from corporate espionage.
Good leadership isn’t a trait that manifests itself only when there’s a team to oversee. It’s a persistent quality that, when managed correctly, requires constant and consistent effort and can be the most valuable when it’s least expected.
This is a truth that Medrobotics CEO Samuel Straface learned on the night of Aug. 28, 2017, after he thwarted what could have been an act of corporate espionage – thanks to a tenacious commitment to his team and his habit of being the last man out the door.
“I’ve always been pretty dogged in the pursuit of my vision – and that can be a good or bad trait depending on who’s on the receiving end of it,” Straface told Medical Design & Outsourcing.
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