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The Self-Aware Leader

The Self-Aware Leader

  • Leaders who are not self-aware find it hard to lead.
  • To lead others, you must first lead yourself.
  • Leaders must be accountable, disciplined and patient as well as being good followers.
  • Leadership requires selflessly guiding others. 
  • Smart leaders play to their own strengths.
  • People leave firms for one main reason: bad bosses.
  • Don’t micromanage your team. Manage your own responsibilities.
  • Leaders need to acknowledge their mistakes and learn from them.


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