November 9, 2018
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Sue Heilbronner
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Leadership

The ROI of Authenticity: Happiness, Effectiveness, and Bottomless Devotion (or Why We Do Leadership Camp)

When people can’t be who they are at work, they undermine, they gossip, they write really ugly Glassdoor reviews...

We believe there is a significant ROI on Authenticity. Read the full post, “The ROI of Authenticity,” on Medium.

Here’s a summary of everything we believe companies and leaders get from cultivating authenticity at work:

ROI #1: Turning towards our natural instincts to be who we are reduces friction and allows us (and our companies) to realize the benefits of our inherent strengths.

ROI #2: Leaders and team members who feel they actually have permission to be who they are generate less friction.

ROI #3: Generating less friction leads to more relaxation and enhanced mental health. Read: a culture of authenticity = happier team members.

ROI #4: Happier team members are more productive, loyal, engaged, and creative.

What this looks like for teams:

Continue reading on Medium…

Sue Heilbronner

Co-founder MergeLane & Leadership Camp, coach, speaker, advisor, conscious leadership trainer.

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