Why young bosses shouldn't be too tough

01/2/2014 | Fast Company online

Young leaders need plenty of self-belief and ambition, but they shouldn't overcompensate for other people's skepticism by being too tough, writes Barry Salzberg, global CEO of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu. "To foster long term respect -- with their people, their clients, and their management team -- 20- and 30-something CEOs need to inspire, rather than terrify," Salzberg writes.

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