This week on Leading Beyond the Status Quo we explored a critical and very difficult leadership trait to master; forgiveness.
Good leadership requires us to avoid our initial reactions when someone does us wrong. To lead positive change when dealing with someone who has insulted, excluded or belittled us, we need to drum up the courage to rise above the other action and explain to that person why their behavior is detrimental to the success of the team.
Then, we need to lead the process of leading a negotiation of terms in which we will operate in a positive way.
Via Kenneth Mikkelsen