Four Ways Leaders Can be More Vulnerable With Their Teams
The right place for relationship investment is in quite a different territory
For years, leadership experts have extolled leaders to invest in their people, but this investment has usually been focused on skill-building and introducing new tools and techniques. These processes rarely help build relationships among staff.
The right place for relationship investment is in quite a different territory. When leaders focus on the personal aspect of professional development—building leaders’ capacities for relationships, how to lead groups, and how to create cultures of purposeful participation.
However, most organizations and leaders are making a mistake if they’re asking people to separate their personal and professional development.
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