Posted 6 years ago
As much as we may hate to admit it, the phrase “nobody is perfect” applies to all of us. No matter how good you are at your job, one thing is guaranteed: leadership mistakes happen. There is always something you can do to improve your workplace performance, relationships, motivation, etc. This week’s quick-hit story, by author Gregg Baron, lists our most frequent leadership mistakes. After all, if we remain acutely aware of these common mistakes, we’re better prepared to transform them into lessons.
Turning Leadership Mistakes into Leadership Lessons
by Gregg Baron
Turn leadership mistakes into lessons learned. What does it say about a leader, their commitment and character if they do not make the effort? Below are a few quick hits to consider:
Leadership mistakes occur when:
If given the opportunity, how would your direct reports score you on the above? Would they bring up other / different opportunities to enhance your effectiveness?
Gregg Baron, CMC is the president of Success Sciences, Inc. headquartered in Tampa, Florida. Success Sciences is a research based performance improvement firm that focuses on developing a team’s ability to earn and retain more successful customer relationships. They do that by significantly enhancing their competence, confidence and consistency in managing the prospect and customer experience.
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