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Become a More Authentic Leader

Imagine if your leaders were highly engaged. Imagine if they demonstrated this to their team. Close your eyes… What does that look like? What does the work environment feel like?

There is ample literature on this subject showing that there is a deep-rooted need to adjust the meaning of leadership based on different factors. These factors may, among other things, be linked to the growing volatility in the business environment, increasing competitiveness, globalization of economic and business issues, and rapid development of technology that affects the key responsibilities of leaders. Timely decision making and optimized use of resources — can all influence the defining characteristics of a leader.

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Francine Tremblay
Francine Tremblay is an Associate Partner in the Talent Strategies Practice for Aon Hewitt. She is involved in mandates pertaining to organizational efficiency and designs performance management programs. She has experience in organizational development, compensation survey management and human resources management.
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