In our last blog, we discussed the importance of competence for fostering the trust you need as a manager to influence others. We stressed that management competence includes not just technical knowledge of the work but operational and political know-how as well. Here we want to focus on the other great component of trust — character — but by taking a different approach. Think of the most chilling villain you’ve seen in the movies, the one who shows up in your nightmares, the one you would avoid
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