How Poor Leaders Become Good Leaders

See on Scoop.itWhat I’m thinking about

They need to practice common managerial virtues far more often than they’re doing.

Kimberly Togman‘s insight:

Zenger and Folkman offer up 9 key improvement behaviors they uncovered in the 360-feedback of 71 leaders.  No surprise that better communication, wisdom sharing, encouragement, championing and an ability to motivate others are called out.  

 

For many of the clients I work with improving self awareness and emotional intelligence (the ability to perceive, understand and manage emotions in oneself and others) are also critical.

 

What else would you add to the list?

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