Social Media Has Changed What It Means To Be A Leader

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Despite its increasing popularity with employees, consumers, and as a source of competitive advantage, many leaders still shy away from social media. They fear making a mistake, the lack of control, and being overwhelmed by information.

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4 thoughts on “Social Media Has Changed What It Means To Be A Leader”

      1. Thanks! I have never heard of that happening before. Absolutely incredible. I would hope for their sake they’ve been hacked by someone. What a nightmare.

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