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Recipe for success Magnetic leaders in the restaurant industry

By Roberta Matuson, president of Matuson Consulting

Photo by Andrew Neel.

Employees don’t work for companies. They work for people. The most successful leaders I know, are what I call magnetic leaders. These are leaders who appear to effortlessly attract talent that sticks around. In my book, “The Magnetic Leader,” I write about the seven traits commonly found among magnetic leaders. In the interest of time and space, here are three of these traits.

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Authenticity. Magnetic leaders don’t try to be someone else, nor do they change who they are based on office politics. They are true to themselves and are honest in their dealings with others. They are not afraid to share their mistakes or shortcomings. Their authenticity is refreshing. Selflessness. Leadership is a service business, and service comes with sacrifice.

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