The Behavior Leaders Fail at Most.
The research of Kouzes and Posner indicates that seeking feedback is the behavior leaders fail at the most.*
Useful feedback enables you to compare self-perception with the perception of others. Experience shows that the gap is often surprising and uncomfortable.
If growth doesn’t come by revelation, inspiration, or perception, it comes by pain. You choose. – Jack Davis
Hello there my faithful readers! So glad that you follow my blog. I appreciate you taking the time from your often busy schedule to read my (sometimes rambling) posts. 🙂
Today my thoughts are dwelling on this:
There are so many voices on the landscape today who say what they believe leadership is. After a while, it gets to be as if we are listening to the same thing being said over and over again…
Does that get boring or annoying to you? It does for me sometimes.
So with that in mind, I would like to ask you a question today:
What do you think leadership is?
I’d love to hear your feedback / ideas.
Here are some tidbits for thought:
I use the tag line “Compelling. Inspirational. Visionary.” Why do you think I use that for a tag line?
I will respond to all with my own thoughts.
Happy commenting! 🙂
Short and fresh reminder from one of the best! Zig Ziglar.
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