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[This is part five of a five-part series addressing aspects of authenticity.] What’s beyond being authentic? Is it being completely unfiltered? No censoring, just honesty – about how you feel, what you think, and how you behave. Could this be the ultimate goal? I’m not sure. By definition, to be unfiltered is to take authenticity to the extreme. Authenticity […]Read More
Dear Millennials, Gen Z, and beyond: the global population is aging – the so called silver tsunami has begun. It is your gift to unwrap. In talent pools across the planet, older people are exiting the workforce in large numbers. This means that women, minorities, and young people will assume positions of leadership like never […]Read More
[This is part four of a five-part series addressing aspects of authenticity.] Authenticity is about filtering less, posturing less, being more open about your thoughts and beliefs, and more uncensored in how you look and behave. People crave it. The concept is spreading. As a bona fide authenticity ambassador, that makes me happy – but, I have to […]Read More
[This is part three of a five-part series addressing aspects of authenticity.] Many ideas are easy to understand, but harder to behaviorally embrace. Authenticity is one such idea for many of us. We like the idea: being a bit more aligned with our true selves and allowing this alignment to be reflected in how we […]Read More
[This is part two of a five-part series addressing aspects of authenticity. A version of this article appeared in The Guru Book, edited by Jonathan Low.] For many years there has been a lot of talk about the essence of leadership. Thinkers of all varieties have offered up their list of basic elements, forgotten secrets, and magic […]Read More
This is part one of a five-part series addressing aspects of authenticity.] Authenticity. It’s a popular word. Everyone says they like it. Our behaviors might suggest otherwise, but everyone seems to like the idea. However, some have suggested it’s talked about too much. It’s stale. I disagree. There’s a reason everyone talks about it all the time – because we’re still not […]Read More