A Case for Transparency

Glenn Llopis, writing for Forbes:

This need for transparency is at an all-time high. . . . people want leaders who can deliver balance between knowledge (the head) and wisdom (the heart).

As Jeff says, the kind of self-awareness you gain from taking the Hogan surveys can lead to transparency, which can lead to authenticity. Llopis argues that “the problem with most leaders [is] they are not aware of the reality that exists around them.”

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