Mission-or people-minded?

September 2014
Smart Business Cleveland;Sep2014, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p28
The article shares tips on leadership development, focusing on how to balance leadership priorities. It identifies four areas of leadership attributes namely, trust, relationships, results and emotional intelligence. It offers two lists of leadership behaviors grouped into results-oriented and relationship-oriented and advises results-oriented leaders to soften up and relationship-oriented leaders to toughen up. It claims that adapting new behaviors on one's weak side will lead to improvements.


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