by Dr. Samineh Shaheem | Huffington Post Blog | Dec 13, 2014
One of the most discussed elements associated with employee performance and profit is great leadership. The various molds of a triumphant trailblazer that we have created throughout the last two or three decades promises a fictitious character that’s meant to either appear as a new aspirant or an existing associate who’s inundated with training courses, assessments and coaching until they’re ready to heroically save the day!
While the skills, experience and competence of this Super Leader is important, placing too much emphasis on the custodian, without adequately addressing the behaviors, attitudes and competencies of the people they’re leading, results in a narrow analysis and incomplete diagnosis of why a good leader might be doing a bad job.
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