It’s important to understand our team members to create an environment where they can perform at their best. But it’s no different for the leader.
In order to create an environment where you can perform at your best, you need to understand yourself. That includes your preferences, triggers and the situations that have you performing at your best and your worst.
In this episode I cover why it’s so important to understand yourself better, and some good ways to go about it.
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