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    than behaving ethically yourself.

    How to lead your team with ethical behavior.
    Lead by example. Again, nothing is more important than demonstrating your commitment to ethics than behaving ethically yourself.

    This sentence has two "than", which doesn't seem to make sense. Doesn't the second "than" have to be corrected to "by"?

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    Re: than behaving ethically yourself.

    Yes, "by" would work.

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