Managing Authenticity: The Paradox of Great Leadership - No senior executive can become authentic by looking into a mirror and saying, "I am authentic." Authenticity is largely defined by what other people see in you and, as such, can to a great extent be controlled by you. Here's how to manage it and make yourself more effective as a leader.
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