New Book Claims True Leadership Lies In Acknowledging Human Imperfections

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Lorena Disuja
Apr 25, 2020   •  1 view

In today’s developing world leaders think that they need to be someone who can get what they want. This mentality negatively impacts the way of communication and build relationships with their coworkers and supervisors. The Value of Being Authentic for leaders are made out of imperfection as the flaws helps to learn most of the valuable lessons. Imperfection assignment helps to increase honest communication between all levels of the hierarchy as it will help to lead from a place of support and understanding instead of fear and pressure. The true tests of leadership is when the ability to recognizing a problem before it becomes an emergency and never to give up at any moments.

Many leaders’ beliefs that they need to be perfect or at any time they can make a mistake and they will lose all the respect of their staff and their peers. There is always a fear that signs the imperfection will cause them to lose credibility and question may be raised on their leadership quality. While many leader recognizes that they do not possess all the answers or quality. The more they will realize that others have input from which they can learn and the better they can lead. It will help to get more respect by the employees as compared to someone who usually defend themselves for their choices even when they are wrong. A good leaders always develop a workplace cultures which are more organic as it will help to grow and develop without excessive external inputs. Creating a culture of humility, honest recognition of strengths, and areas of growth helps to acknowledge which can be utilized in order to accomplish goals through remarkable collaboration. Leading imperfectly leads to feel less inclined to hide faults while help to tell stories of how the mistakes led to perfection. Making faults leads to the way of learning while applying better results to get the solution.

 

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