The End of Work As You Know It

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Real Leaders Don’t Say They Are Authentic—They Are Authentic

It seems like one cannot perform a Google search on the topic of “leadership” without the term “authenticity” popping up. Why is this so? Isn’t authenticity a principle that anyone with clear conviction and focus intuitively operates from? Authenticity in the context of leadership should be invisible. Read More

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Milo Sindell and Thuy H. Sindell are workplace experts and the founders of two software companies: Hit The Ground Running and Knowledge Genie.


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