John Quincy Adams
Sep 18, 2013-- "To be a successful leader or entrepreneur, we need to become intimate not only with our strengths but also with our blind spots, those aspects of our personality that can derail us." We all carry with us personal blindspots and biases that can hinder our effectiveness in a position of leadership. In this article, Bruna Martinuzzi helps us rub the proverbial fog from our eyes, bringing to light common blindspots among leaders and methods for addressing them. Read on to get a clearer look at your own inner leader. (24659 reads)
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John J. Plomp
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