Six missteps I made as a leader

via Six missteps I made as a leader – The Globe and Mail.

Roy Osing contributed this article to the Globe and Mail Leadership Lab. There are 5 good ideas here.  I am not onside with the golfing on weekends for business suggestion.

 

“Regardless of how successful you are, you always make mistakes, and often they’re errors in judgment. Missteps shape your character and are just as much a part of who you are as the successes. The important point is what you learn and how you recover from them.”

 

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