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Approaching challenges with a growth mindset

A growth mindset requires you to get out of your own way so that the right decision is made rather than a decision based on limited exposure.

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MORE IDEAS FROM The Mindset That Sets Apart Great Leaders

you must be as comfortable being a mentee as you are being a mentor. This often means letting go of your ego and allowing yourself to be seen to be vulnerable in front of your employees so that they know that you are inviting them into the decision-making process

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Maybe your boss is the type of leader who convinces you that you should be grateful to have a job, know your place, and not speak out of turn.

wage is purely just a number, and this number does not define your worth as a person or a professional. Believing that you are only as good as your salary is a sure-fire way to lead you down a path of self-sabotage whereby you will convince yourself that you’re not important enough to suggest innovative and game-changing ideas.

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We know that issues like divorce, family conflict and depression directly affect work performance, but if you can’t see the source of your problem, you can’t move past it, which is why a coach is so important. When emotional blockages are cleared, and the whole person is happy in every aspect of their life, they are more productive, innovative, and creative. In short, healing your personal mindset will bring out your best corporate mindset.

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Mindsets drive what leaders do and why they do it. 

Two different leaders might face the same situation but respond to it very differently. One leader might see the case as threatening, whereas the other leader might see it as an opportunity.

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Mindsets in the workplace

We spend half of our day at work (and even more) and both our mindset and the mindset of those around us will have a significant impact on our life, especially the mindset of our leaders.

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Introverts as Leaders

Introverts, people who are relatively submissive, peaceful and reserved, have a belief that they might not be good or enjoy being in top management roles.

Not being an outgoing or social person can be seen by them and others as a behavioral trait which makes them unsuitable for leadership roles.

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