by Patrick Donahue Ph.D.
What does it mean to be authentic? How can leaders increase others’ trust in their leadership? Based on his doctoral research and decades of coaching corporate leaders, author Patrick Donahue Ph.D. cracks the code on how leaders can build trust through authenticity in The Power of Genuine Leadership: How Authentic Leaders Earn Trust, the third volume in the Logos Institute Best Practices Series. One of Patrick’s most valuable contributions in this book is the Authenticity Trust Model. The Model shows readers how to enhance one’s leadership capacity by understanding the relationship among behavioral consistency, authenticity, and trust. “It can take a lifetime to earn a reputation of being a great leader, which is earned through consistent behavior over time,” says the author. “This book makes a complicated concept easier to digest through models, stories, assessments, and applicable tools.”
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