- Think of someone you thought was a bad leader and list any of the negative behaviors they displayed.
- Ask yourself if you share any of those behaviors — score 1 for not likely to 5 for very likely: for instance, someone who kept important information away from employees, a micromanager, a vague communicator, a yeller, someone who didn't keep their word.
- After you identify your potential areas of improvement, make a plan for how you'll work on them.
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To be a great leader, you need to start by leading yourself