Best Leadership Advice of 2013

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Don't Be Pompous

There are certain words that you should never describe yourself with while writing on your company's website or on social media. Jeff Haden, leadership expert and columnist, says you should never describe yourself with hacky clichés, overblown superlatives, and breathless adjectives like "global provider," "authority," "passionate," "curator" or "innovative." "Never take credit for things you are supposed to do--or be," Haden says.