Why Authenticity Matters in Leadership

Published September 4, 2018

Eugene Cho explains why authenticity is a foundational skill for leading others.

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Eugene Cho

Founding and Lead Pastor

Quest Seattle

Eugene is the founding and lead pastor of Quest. He’s also the founder of One Day’s Wages, a non-profit organization focused on global poverty. Born in South Korea, he immigrated to the U.S. at age six and grew up in San Francisco. He studied psychology and theater at UC Davis and received his theological degree from Princeton Seminary. Some of his work has been covered through various media including the New York Times, Seattle Times, and NPR.

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