Regardless of whether times are good or bad, there is always a charge for a leader to grow their business, audience, sales or position.
When times are good we want, or are asked to, make more, get more, increase more. During difficult times, the pressure often increases to not lose stock price, market share, or your position.
In both challenging and prosperous times, where do these charges leave a leader in their personal growth? It seems that almost always the pressure is so prevalent to perform to metrics that leaders many times forget to look to grow the most important thing, themselves.
Organizational priorities can divert focus away from where a leader should be developing the most – their whole self.
So where, and how, are we growing?
There are different focuses and areas that are unique to each individual and each person’s gifts, desires and needs will vary. While…
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