The Road To Leadership HELL Is Paved With Good Intentions [Infographic]

 In Leadership, Team building

So, let’s talk about leadership blind spots… even though you don’t really have one, of course—or so you think. But that is why they call it a “blind spot,” right? You don’t see it.

I prefer to look at things from a perspective of intentions. Oftentimes our habits and actions come from a place of good intention—yet what comes across to others is something else entirely.

Questions for leaders:

Does any description below seem familiar?

How would your team describe you?

If you had to choose one description—which one describes you at your worst?

 

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