Leaders, like actors and athletes, are always being scrutinized by those they lead and need to project a strong image even when they don't feel 100%, writes John Baldoni. "Truth comes from doing what you do, and when you behave honestly and with integrity, people pay attention, and they will allow you to lead them," he writes.
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