Conventional wisdom says the best way to be a great leader is to be an authentic leader. Doing what you say. Practicing what you preach. We are in the Age of Authenticity, where "be yourself" is the defining
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The 1 Thing All Leaders Should Do to Support Introverts at Work, According to 'Quiet' Author Susan Cain
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Philippe Reines is a former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State & Senior Advisor to Hillary Clinton, and co-host of the “UNREDACTED” podcast on the dsr Network. Before any of them takes the debate stage