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41 ANTÓNIO HORTA-OSÓRIO

CEO, Lloyds Banking Group

In 2011, eight months after becoming CEO, Horta-Osório stepped away to seek help for stress. Today he’s giving his colleagues tools to help themselves while openly talking about his own crisis (and deftly navigating Brexit). Lloyds provides senior staff

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