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Sometimes it’s the small, insightful realisations that can help developing leaders make the necessary shift from average, to good, to great.
Here is one such insight we uncovered recently, from author and thought-leader Shane Parrish.
“If someone admits they made a mistake, have the grace to let it go.
Holding it over them ensures they won’t be quick to admit they were wrong in the future.
Outcome over ego.”
Ego wants to fight-to-be-right.
In 21st Century leadership, there is little-to-no room for such self-absorbed thinking.