Are you trustworthy enough to lead?

05/18/2011 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

To ensure employees see you as trustworthy, you have to conquer habits that make you seem out of control, such as overeating, smoking or being too emotional, Heidi Grant Halvorson writes. You have to work at improvement every day. "[Y]our capacity for self-control will grow," she writes. "Other people will notice the change, and trust you more."

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