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Social Business Needs Culture Of Open Leadership
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LaurenK848
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LaurenK848,
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8/2/2013 | 9:16:58 PM
re: Social Business Needs Culture Of Open Leadership
Kristen, thank you for taking this important topic into your column. This area seems to be a bit daunting for leaders, so I am grateful that your publication is featuring this crucial conversation. I believe the HAT trick for Open Leadership requires competencies in our communication approaches: honesty, authenticity and trust at: http://communitycomposers.word...
It takes courage and time, but I really want to thank you for this fantastic article.
Regards, Lauren Klein
Lexirodrigo
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Lexirodrigo,
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7/29/2013 | 7:53:24 PM
re: Social Business Needs Culture Of Open Leadership
No amount of technology will improve communication and collaboration in the workplace, unless open leadership exists. Thanks for helping shine the light on this issue.


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