In this four-part series on Leadership Blind Spots, John Maxwell, Mark Cole, and Richard Chancy define what a leadership blind spot is, what the most common blind spots are, and discuss how to remove a leadership blind spot.
Every leader has at least one blind spot, and the greater a leader’s influence, the greater the effect of that blind spot. For transformational leaders, one of the most profound assets for growth is an external perspective on one’s own leadership. Such a perspective allows us to examine the areas in which we are not intuitive.
No leader can identify his/her blind spot alone. After all, it is called a blind spot. Identifying a blind spot requires consulting those around you for honest feedback. In this series, Mark asks a great question for those whom you lead and those who lead you: “What’s it like being on the other side of me?”
John Maxwell, Mark Cole, and Richard Chancy will be the first people to help you in the process of identifying and removing your leadership blind spot.
Our BONUS resource for the “Blind Spot” series is a worksheet on blind spots which you can fill in as you listen to each episode throughout the series. Click “Download The Blind Spots Worksheet” button below to receive this worksheet as a PDF download.
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