It shouldn't be that hard, but it is.
Wherever you go in the world, people want the same things from their leaders: straight talk, experience they can share and capacity to admit and learn from mistakes.
Ketchum's Rod Cartwright offers a great analysis on how leaders can make sure they're ready to communicate in the ways that meet their organization's expectations.
What do you think?
an exploration of the leadership style people prefer finds that globally, people seek leaders who are down-to-earth, collaborative and measured, who use everyday language, bring real-world experience and are willing to admit to their mistakes.