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Is being authentic enough to be a leader?

Is being authentic enough to be a leader?

(4:37) Lionel Barber and Janan Ganesh from the FT discuss whether authenticity is sufficient to be an effective leader. FT YT channel

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I read the following in the last issue of The Economist:

"Walter Bagehot argued (approvingly) that Britain weaves duplicity into its statecraft. The constitution rests on a distinction between an "efficient" branch which governs behind the scenes, and a "dignified" branch which puts on a show for the people."

Why would anyone care what the puppets do? It's to the puppet masters we should be paying attention.

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I read the following in the last issue of The Economist:

"Walter Bagehot argued (approvingly) that Britain weaves duplicity into its statecraft. The constitution rests on a distinction between an "efficient" branch which governs behind the scenes, and a "dignified" branch which puts on a show for the people."

Why would anyone care what the puppets do? It's to the puppet masters we should be paying attention.

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