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The Importance Of Identifying & Strengthening Your Core Leadership Values

All leaders must identify and set their core values before accepting a leadership position, before developing an organization or before joining a company culture. Leaders with strong core values induce an ethical and healthy workplace. However, when leaders lack character, … Continue reading

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Transparency: How Leaders Create a Culture of Candor by Bennis, Goleman, O’Toole and Biederman (part 3)

Transparency: How Leaders Create a Culture of Candor is a collection of three essays written by Bennis, Goleman, O’Toole and Biederman. The new transparency by Warren Bennis The new transparency, by Warren Bennis, is the third and last essay of Transparency: How Leaders Create a Culture of … Continue reading

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Transparency: How Leaders Create a Culture of Candor by Bennis, Goleman, O’Toole and Biederman (Part 2)

In a recent scientific survey of a cross-section of American workers, over two-thirds report having personally witnessed
unethical behavior on the job, but only about a third of those say they reported what they observed to their supervisors. The reasons given for their reticence range from fear of retaliation to the belief that management would not act on the information appropriately Continue reading

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Transparency: How Leaders Create a Culture of Candor by Bennis, Goleman, O’Toole and Biederman (Part 1)

One obvious value of transparency is that it helps keep organizations honest by making more members aware of organizational activities. That is no small virtue. But an equally compelling reason for organizational candor is that it maximizes the probability of success. Continue reading

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