Almost every week, we find new ways to remind you of the importance of embracing failure because it's such a good learning experience. While that remains true, accepting the common possibility of failure helps you, too.
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Perfectionism can be defined as a tendency for being dissatisfied with anything that is not perceived as perfect or does not meet the person’s extremely high standards. The costs of being a perfectionist are typically very high, not just to the leader personally, but also for their team and/or organisation.
Doug Sundheim’s book, Taking Smart Risks, isn’t really about making your next risky decision smarter or safer; it’s about pushing all of your choices to be riskier, but smarter on a daily basis. We tend to view our choices as risky or safe.
Integrity, leadership, vision – we all know that’s what great leaders are made of. But with the corporate world rapidly evolving, that’s no longer enough, says Annmarie Neal, author of the forthcoming Leading from the Edge (ASTD Press, 2013).
Do you suffer from being micromanaged? Could you even be a micromanager yourself? Either way, micromanagement will limit your success. So learn to spot the symptoms and what you can do about it, whether you're the victim or the culprit.
When it comes to self-improvement, few people consider their reasoning skills. Most of us simply assume - and take for granted - that under most circumstances, we formulate perfectly rational opinions.
We all want to do high quality work, but some forms of perfectionism can harm your career. Find out how to overcome this damaging mindset.
Vicky Ellam-Dyson's insight:
In my recent research perfectionism had strong links to leader derailment behaviours. Perfectionistic behaviours can be caused by rigid beliefs related to a fear of failing, which can lead to avoidance and need for control.
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