Are you honest? In these days of misspeak and political correctness the maxim that honesty is the best policy can seem as impractical and archaic as Sanskrit. Most of us tell “white lies” to negotiate the minefields of human interaction. Leaders have struggled with truth since the dawn of time.
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Transparency is in vogue now. Dangled as the cunning bait to win over skeptical consumers or cynical voters, transparency promises to vanquish back room chicanery, dispel fear and expunge the value of lying. Savvy organizations scheme to make transparency part of their game plan for transparency is the cornerstone of trust. If transparency is the