How to build authenticity

Levene, Malcolm
October 2010
People Management;10/14/2010, p26
The article offers tips on how human resource (HR) professionals can build authenticity. HR professionals are advised to develop their skills and personal impact by improving the way they use their intuition and emotional intelligence (EQ). There are several characteristics that HR professionals should have in order to become positive role models including passion, optimism, and enthusiasm.


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