Originally found at Forbes, by Arathi Ramappa.
The focus is on strategy, but those in charge forget to look at themselves and how they lead. Their leadership style has a significant impact on the strategies they oversee. If they’re not showing humility, they aren’t being genuine and they’re missing opportunities to improve the success of the changes they want to accomplish.
It’s a common misconception that showing humility will make you an ineffective leader. In my experience, humble leaders make more informed decisions, create high performing teams and increase employee engagement. These outcomes are crucial to implementing change within organizations. Let’s take a closer look at how leading with humility creates the conditions that generate better results when executing change.
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