As a business leader, it can be challenging to look at areas where your performance may fall short. However, to effectively lead others—whether it’s a small team or an entire company—it is essential to understand and leverage your strengths while also addressing your weaknesses.
Identifying areas where you need improvement and finding ways to strengthen or support your skills in them can lead to significant growth and development as a leader.
Click here to gain insights and read tips from Forbes Coaches Council coaches as they share tips to turn your weaknesses into strengths and achieve greater success for yourself and your organization.
Our CEO Lisa Christen‘s tip was featured:
Stop Worrying About Your Weaknesses!
Nobody ever became a legend by focusing on what they were bad (or mediocre) at. Those who change the world are the ones who hone and refine their unique strengths and gifts. But, to make your strengths shine, be clever enough to know your weaknesses and surround yourself with people who give you balance, support and perspective in those areas.Lisa Christen, CEO, Christen Coaching & Consulting