Leadership Caffeine
DEC 3, 2012 10:38am ET

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While there are many ingredients in the recipe for developing as an effective leader, two that provide a healthy percentage of the raw materials for your success include: people’s perception of your self-confidence, and their perception of your ability to clearly articulate yourself. Fail at one or the other, and your road to success is a good deal more treacherous.

Exhibiting Self-Confidence is Much About Demeanor and What You Don’t Say

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