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How One Former Navy SEAL Modulates Authentic Leadership

By Kevin on November 12, 2013 in leadership
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Followers of my work know that I’m fully committed to authenticity and am a preacher of wholehearted leadership. Transparency and vulnerability have enabled me to build multimillion dollar businesses and led to a Best Place to Work award along the way.

Still I wonder, “Is there such a thing as too much transparency and authenticity in leadership?

I recently had a fascinating conversation with Randy Hetrick, who developed a more sophisticated and situational approach to authentic leadership during his time as a Navy SEAL officer, and more recently as the founder and CEO of TRX in San Francisco.

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