Do your words spur your team to greatness?

08/9/2011 | Harvard Business Review online

To become a leader others believe in, you need to show through your words that you're willing to learn, that you have values and beliefs and that you care about others, Tony Golsby-Smith writes. "Your job as a leader is to persuade people to do great things in uncertain contexts, using only one tool: your words," he writes.

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