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Why leaders struggle with authenticity

Posted by Peter W on 13 September 2016 | 6 Comments

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Being true to yourself, maintaining coherance between what you say and do, and making values-based choices - these are all factors leaders have to deal with when trying to be or remain authentic.

Download this useful overview by Herminia Ibarra in HBR.org

If you, as a leader, would like help to bring these 3 factors together in one vision and practice, do contact me to discuss this further.

peter@peterwelchcoaching.co.uk

 

 

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