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Best Leader Award | 1st place

Melinda & Bill Gates

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By Kjetil Ree – CC BY-SA 3.0

As we look ahead into the next century, leaders will be those who empower others.

Melinda & Bill Gates are the best leaders:

For creating the most common global unifying language that people use to communicate with computers and among themselves. For redirecting their efforts, resources, and time to create a global effort aimed at making healthcare, infrastructures, education, energy, and better quality of life equally accessible to all. And for choosing to contribute much fortune to the benefit of the many while making this the acceptable standard of choice for many others. For acting as first-class exemplars for what true leadership really is.  

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5 / 5
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
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5 / 5
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RANKING SUMMARY

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5 / 5

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5 /5
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5 /5
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5 /5
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5 /5
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5 /5
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5 /5
Reward Immediacy
3 /5

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