Leaders should spend less time worrying about what they do and more time focusing on the person they are, writes Margie Warrell. Only by being true to themselves can leaders truly inspire others, Warrell explains. "When people can relate to you as a fellow human being ... you can build engagement and lift performance beyond anything 'unreal' leaders ever can," she writes.
Why leaders should keep it real
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