Four Rare Ways to Instantly Improve Yourself as a Leader
It starts with putting into action the soft stuff most of us ignore
As the cruel Roman leader Cailglia famously said, "I don't care if they respect me so long as they fear me." For decades, CEOs have followed this blueprint and ruled with an iron fist in order to bring their vision to life by any means necessary.
But gone are the days of pretending to have it all figured out and leading with fear. Today's leader must be vulnerable, authentic and transparent in order to connect and inspire. Leadership today should mean a mutually beneficial relationship between employer and employee.
Based on the aforementioned outdated social constructs, as a society, we would all have two selves: a work self and a "real-life" self. Showing any sign of emotion or weakness at work was seen as taboo.
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