Tag Archives: managing flaws

Steve Jobs: Can Flawed Leaders Lead Great Companies?

“Can leaders with flaws still be effective in leading companies to greatness?” I asked a group of smart professionals this question over on LinkedIn. I was thinking about how someone like Steve Jobs could be effective in a leadership position in spite of his difficulties with people, and of how important emotional intelligence is in […]
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Preventing Executive Failure:
Manage Your Flaws

In my last post, I suggested 3 steps you could take to begin examining your personal flaws. Now, I’ll bet most of you will avoid anything that smacks of failure, flaws, or taking a hard look at your dark side. None of us like to focus on our flaws until it’s absolutely necessary. Denial is […]
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