Self-awareness Doesn’t Equal Action

Leaders are flawed. All of them. 

Some are blissfully unaware of their shortcomings, while others have some degree of self-awareness surrounding weaknesses. The ones who do spot their flaws are prone to make the mistake of confusing acknowledging their weaknesses with actually addressing them.

Far too many leaders stop at the point of declaring “I’m terrible at this,” thinking that infusing some degree of humility will solve the problem. 

Sure, your employees would love to see you take ownership of your inadequacies, but they don’t want you to stop there.

The only thing worse than working for a person who is completely unaware of their blindspots is working for someone who has spotted them and decided to do nothing about it.

Awareness is good. Action is better.


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