Words to Lead By – Ann Francke

Ann Francke, Chief Executive of the Chartered Management Institute and author of the Financial Times Guide to Management: How to Make a Difference and Get Results, shares the best piece of advice she has ever received:

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Ann Francke says, this is true when it comes to the tasks and behaviour.
“To be perceived as authentic or particularly good as a leader, you cannot be saying one thing and doing another, because people will spot it a mile off. You need to walk the talk – or as we said at Mars ‘eat your own dog food’.”

Find out more about Ann Francke in our next issue!

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