On Leadership: The anatomy of a lie
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On Leadership: The anatomy of a lie

Pamela Meyer explains how we can navigate a world where lying is second nature, and how to move from liespotting to truth-seeking, and finally to trust-building (Madeline Marshall, Andrea Useem, Evelio Contreras/Washington Post)

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