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Thursday, January 23, 2014

Harvard Business Review : In today's business environment, leaders are often expected to be authentic in the workplace and set an example for their employees



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Be Yourself, But Carefully
by Lisa Rosh and Lynn Offermann

In today's business environment, leaders are often expected to be authentic in the workplace and set an example for their employees. Ill-timed or ill-conceived self-disclosure, however, can backfire. In this Harvard Business Review article, Lisa Rosh and Lynn Offermann encourage managers to carefully plan how they present themselves in business settings, so they can take advantage of candor without revealing too much.

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