Leadership and Trust: the Trustworthy Leader

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Leadership and Trust: the Trustworthy Leader
Arif ur Rehman, Member
A thought worth sharing with you all: Amy Lyman, author of ‘The Trustworthy Leader writes:
Trustworthy leaders…understand the complexity of bringing together a group of human beings to pursue extraordinary accomplishments. They are masters at guiding, directing, encouraging, and challenging people to contribute their best, in part because they ask the same of themselves. Trustworthy leaders know that their relationships with others throughout the organization are key to their success—however success is measured.
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