Becoming a Leader Who Listens

Most leaders are problem solvers and achievers.  They are the ones who get things done, the high performers and the award winners.  Traits like initiative, assertiveness, and determination are second nature to most leaders.  Individual accomplishments and recognition are goals to attain, and our culture rewards the individual for making it alone.  We learn from an early age to do things independently. We are encouraged by cultural conditioning through institutions, family, and media to achieve independent success and to be the best.  Continue reading “Becoming a Leader Who Listens”