Authentic (from Greek authentikos: ‘truthfulness, reliability’); genuine; true; trustworthy; reliable.
Impact (from Latin impāctus); Measure of the tangible and intangible effects or impression of one thing’s or entity’s action or influence upon another.
Importance (from Latin importantia); weightiness; in a figurative sense: being critical, carry great weight.
Energy (from Latin energīa); Measure of the ability of a body or system to do work or produce a change.
People (plural of Person from Latin persōna); a human being as distinguished from an animal or a thing.
The authentic manager makes mistakes
If, as a manager, you are brutally honest about a strategic change, you risk that parts of, or the entire basis for, the change is called into question, or that it becomes evident that there are things you do not know about the forthcoming change.