The Bottom Line of Authentic Leadership

Eastman II, Phil
April 2014
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Apr2014, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p42
The article discusses several aspects of authentic leadership. Topics discussed include focusing on diversity in the workplace, gaining knowledge of organization's history, need of effective communication and leaders engaged in problem solving, accountability and strategic planning. It also reveals that authentic leaders must be capable of engaging, motivating and moving their teams to win.


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