It’s very easy to slip into a path of negativity in your leadership. It’s a basic tenet of people to slide into negative outlooks and behaviors unless acted on from some outside agent, or disciplined from within.
In the current state of our world, with Covid-19 lock-downs and their resulting economic impact, racial police brutality that leads to riots, and people on social media harassing others in a self-appointed social justice warrior role, it’s easier than ever to become more negative, or at least stay there longer.
Negativity is always waiting to manifest within ourselves. When we allow more negative to taint our effectiveness, we lessen our impact to others and our own outlook.
It’s a drain on any organization that will always have diminishing returns. And yet it’s completely avoidable if we take some proactive measures. Here are & ways to lead positively by adopting habits that crowd out…
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