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  • The growth of leaders in your company depends on how well they know themselves—their talents, personalities, and behavioral hardwiring. If they want to grow outwardly, they must get intentional about looking inward and discovering more about themselves. Here are 7 questions to help leaders develop greater self-awareness.

  • How would you describe your life? Are you achieving what you desire? Are you accomplishing the things that are important to you? Do you consider yourself a success? How do your prospects look for the future? If you were observed for a day, what could be revealed?

  • There's room in any organization for every type of person. From the big-picture person to the detail-conscious, all can make a valid contribution. But sometimes a team member's strength can be their weakness. Attention to detail can become fixation on the negative. And the voice of reason turns into the voice of discouragement. This is the problem with Critical Carl.

  • Many of us enjoy spending time with enthusiastic people. After all, an enthusiastic follower can be a joy to work with. His excitement about his work has the potential to energize the entire team with one exception – it only lasts for as long as the project is new and lacks the ability to finish a project.