Thursday, June 22, 2017

Answer the Call for Authentic Leadership

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Authentic leadership proponents have elbowed their way to the self-help forefront over the past decade. The concept has become a popular point of entry for executives seeking personal improvement and competitive advantage. This can be good — or not. Authentic leadership can be quickly misunderstood. There is a danger in oversimplifying the concept — some assume it’s “just be yourself” — which diminishes the need for development. When it’s understood as a means rather than an end, authenticity b.  show all text
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@LuisCruzDiaz on Twitter
@LuisCruzDiaz: Answer the Call for Authentic Leadership! #leadership #CLO #learning
@OrganiSolutions on Twitter
@OrganiSolutions: Danger in oversimplifying [authentic leadership] — "just be yourself" diminishes the need for development @edgp;
@stephencford on Twitter
@stephencford: Answer the Call for Authentic Leadership;
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