5 ways you're letting yourself down

01/3/2011 | Harvard Business Review

Leaders who fail to achieve true greatness usually have only themselves to blame, write Anne Morriss, Robin Ely, and Frances Frei. A selfish streak, over-investment in one's public image or a failure to protect and nurture employees can trip up even the most talented bosses. "True leadership is about making other people better," Morris, Ely and Frei say.

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