Credibility Matters

Booher, Dianna
August 1999
Executive Excellence;Aug99, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p7
Discusses steps for building credibility in business leaders. Importance of credibility in business; Credibility as a choice; Steps include concern; Competence; Correctness; Consistency.


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