MIT Sloan Management Review Article on Why People Believe in Their Leaders - or Not
- Brad Gilbreath, Daniel Han Ming Chng, Lynne Andersson, Tae-Yeol Kim
- MIT Sloan Management Review
Credibility hinges on perceptions of competence and trustworthiness.
Leadership is the relationship between people who aspire to lead and those who choose whether or not to follow. And it hinges on the leader’s credibility, which is difficult to build and easy to lose.
But what’s at the heart of credibility?
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MIT Sloan Management Review Article on Why People Believe in Their Leaders — or Not