7 Mistakes Leaders Make That Make Everyone Miserable || Pulse | Linkedin–By Dr. Travis Bradberry

 

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This is one of the best succinct observations on leadership I’ve seen. In my 40 years in the public, private and academic sectors, I’ve experienced both ends of the leadership specturm, i.e., individuals that understand the concept of the greater good and those that do not. The best ones display the “Natural” personality traits that avoid the habits in this short essay. It is not a part of their DNA. To the contrary, the best are those that focus on solving issues and addressing the needs of people, not themselves.

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