Leslie Miley: Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is not — and never was — a leader

Those of you who want Kalanick back should take a hard look at the legacy he's leaving.

There's a petition circulating at Uber to bring back former CEO Travis Kalanick. For those supporting his return to the ridesharing company, I have a small piece of advice: Take your heads out of your collective asses.

Kalanick is not and was never a leader. I won’t bore you with what I believe leadership is, but I will submit that creating a company and culture that has allowed, enabled and encouraged potentially illegal, immoral and unethical behavior for several years is not leadership

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