NZIM: Leaders Must Restore Trust - These are Tough Times

Birchfield, Reg
March 2009
New Zealand Management;Mar2009, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p14
This article discusses the need for business leaders to restore trust within their organizations. It is stated that organizations with innovative managers and trustworthy leaders who understand the new business and environment will succeed. According to author and business consultant Ram Charan, in the current economic climate, leaders should not give false assurances and need intellectual honesty.


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