I liked the celebration of authentic presence here, of making a difference — fighting by taking the risk of being visible and personable and connecting one-on-one. The human impact of leadership is common sense, and achieving a personal impact is often outside our comfort zones. Good practical advice for a leader, at whatever level, in whatever kind of business.
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