Leadership. It’s not easy. As I reflect on the last 25 plus years leading, I know I have made several mistakes. Regretable mistakes. But the beautiful thing about mistakes is that you can first apologize, and secondly, learn from them. In a recent journal entry, I wrote, “failure is not
Media makes a big deal of the human trait of empathy. We are reminded at every turn to always step in the shoes of our fellow people and look at the situation from their perspective. In fact, empathy is being kicked around so often in mass media that it runs the risk of being rendered meaningless. The more people repeat it, the more clueless people are about what it really means.
Do you think that you’re the smartest person in the room at work? Are you able to do work that you know your coworkers cannot match in terms of volume as well as quality? Is it evident to you that you are more qualified than anybody on your team? Is it also true that you’re not getting the kind of raises and promotions you feel you deserve? If any of this resonates with you, you might want to look at your emotional coping skills.
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