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Speak up when leader's leave of absence risks rumour disease, says Kay Williamson

The relief rippled far and wide when Antonio Horta-Osorio resumed the chief executive helm at Lloyds. He declared himself delighted to be back. So was a banking group to which he had brought so much energy and promise, its shareholders, the market and not least the Government, which needs to see Lloyds succeed to get its - or should we say our - money back. The positive reaction to his return served to emphasise how damaging can be the effect of the loss or absence of a powerful leader, and how serious the dent that can be made in its image and fortunes. And yet that damage, which ...

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