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We're taking a look this week -- the leadership styles of the two major presidential candidates last night we focused on President Obama.
Tonight chief political correspondent Carl Cameron on how Mitt Romney.
Gets things done.
The person the top of an organization sets the tone established in the division and sits with the objectives are.
And then holds people accountable for following through those measures we have not seen that -- this present.
Mitt Romney says he developed his leadership skills in business.
Turning around the Olympics and as governor of Massachusetts.
Former Minnesota governor Tim Pawlenty a former GOP rival.
Is now his national campaign co chairman organizations over time take on the personality in tempo and style of their leaders and if you look at Mitt Romney's campaign.
-- C a campaign that's high functioning.
That is organized that's discipline.
And that is collegial collaborative.
And day -- its impact fall and it reflects a lot about Mitt Romney's often portrayed as either a risk averse micro manager or an overly detached and alligator in stories about his days at the private equity firm Bain Capital.
Or behind the scenes in his political campaigns.
But by all accounts he's demanding -- mountains of data.
Accountability and results in brings this element have.
Let's make sure we measure.
Let's make sure we hold accountable people for outcomes not just the rhetoric -- the running for office for decades but only served as governor of Massachusetts for four years he was often chastised for not fitting in on Beacon Hill with -- -- corporate attitudes.
He's never close it up with a special interest in DC either which could make it tougher to implement his reforms.
I think you know a lot of times.
In this town someone tries to do something in the response from people have been here long time as well that's not how we do it.
And the governor Romney's response -- that will be well.
We're gonna try something new.
Ronnie has a temper but most of experienced it saves and an almost obsessive pursuit of information to make a decision that.
Huge debates and vigorously on and sometimes people may misinterpret.
The governor being argument -- but he's not arguing with you he's actually testing.
Your argument or the position that that that that you've taken anything in -- meeting.
Romney's leadership style and record have been through four years of scrutiny across two presidential campaigns.
His biggest decision is a candidate will be his running mate and whether it turns out to be a good one -- a bad one won't be known until Election Day -- Carl thank you.
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