Take off those blinders!
The best leaders use self-awareness to make simple shifts that drive success.
It’s not easy to face facts that, as leaders, we frequently get in our own way. How often do you do or say things that create results just opposite of what you are trying to achieve?
It’s not enough to have good intentions if we’re not clear about how we’re being perceived. Perhaps surprisingly, most of us are quite unaware of our impacts and continue blindly along our way.
It helps to first get clear on what you want to accomplish, and then determine if it’s you who’s getting in the way of your desired results.
Start by addressing these initial questions:
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