Gwyn has tapped into a couple of key areas that we should all be aware of – ‘keeping it real’ and making assumptions…
Authenticity in leadership is a hot topic these days. In fact, we read about it so often and hear it expressed in other media so much that I fear it is in danger of becoming one of those dreaded buzzwords.
To me though, authentic is something we strive to be. There is no piece of software or manual that gives instructions on how to become an authentic leader. It’s a personal thing. And, somewhere along the way, we have to figure out how we turn the being of it into the doing.
The question is, in a world full of complexity, politics, big ideas and yes, even skullduggery, what can we do to ensure that we keep it real?
Here are some thoughts on that.
Stay grounded by making the work more important than ourselves
The ego, while an important and oft maligned part of the human psyche, has…
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