Close your skills gaps, and build the communication bridge
Self-awareness is vital to personal and business success; and the very best business leaders recognise their own skills and skills gaps and want to continually improve.
It may sound an obvious part of being successful, however there are many people at the top of their professions who don’t recognise their own shortcomings – a trait which is key to build resilience and presence, and continued business success.
As businesses strive to emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic that has gripped the
global economy, it is now more important than ever to remain on top and to ensure
“People require more support than ever in the situation we find ourselves. To counter the stress or anxiety those challenges can cause; frameworks and strategies and clear communication are needed to restore balance, and to develop resilience".
When it comes to the mindset of business leaders; it doesn't matter how long you have been
in the business or your particular sector, it doesn’t necessarily make you an expert. Having the ability to reflect and change as required, even if you’ve been in the business for years, and to recognise that there are always gaps and room for improvement is a real sign of leadership confidence. To look at yourself from the outside, to step back and reflect without criticising yourself or being defensive is critical to personal and business evolution.
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