Just as organizations have are controls in place with finances, we need to have controls in place with regards to relationships – not just to protect ourselves, but our teams as well, says CIO Bill Rieger.
By stopping and reflecting on how we react to life’s challenges, we become more humble and are better able to engage with those around us, says Chris Walden, who encourages all leaders to take a pause when needed.
The ability to keep your strategy on track, even if things take longer than desired, demonstrates a patience that can separate the good leaders from the great ones, says Anthony Guerra.
Being willing and able to show vulnerability is the mark of a strong individual, says Kate Huvane Gamble. One way to do that? By asking for a reset when things aren’t going well.