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Blind spots are dangerous for leaders. 

It might be that you think people are perceiving you in one way, but actually they think something else about you entirely.

Or perhaps you aren’t aware of your shortcomings, when other people can see them as plain as day.

Whatever the case, ideally we want to reduce our blind spots so we don’t run into unexpected trouble.

In this episode, I look at a useful model of self-awareness as well as some ways to try to reduce your blind spots, so you can lead better.

Johari Window

The Johari Window, courtesy of communicationtheory.org.

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