Clinton’s Credibility — Solid or Shot?
Hillary Clinton takes the stage tonight at the Democratic National Convention, as the first woman to nab a major party nomination for president.
By every account, a historic moment in our nation’s history that deserves celebration for gender equality.
All week a star-studded list of speakers sung her praises, yet Hillary faces an uphill battle convincing skeptical voters to pick her over Donald Trump.
The credibility of both candidates has been challenged, not unlike most politicians at some point.
Once credibility is questioned, can it ever be fully restored? If so, how?
What’s your experience with delicate credibility issues at work — either yours or that of a colleague?