Leadership

Weakness can be a modern CEO's greatest strength. Here's why

Authentic leadership: Apple's CEO Tim Cook is not afraid to own his and his company's shortcomings Image: REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

Mathew Hayward

Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Monash University

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