Stop yourself from drifting off the path of solid leadership

02/29/2012 | Harvard Business Review online

Spending too much of your time in your office is a sign you are getting off track, Hal Gregersen writes. You can correct this "leadership drift" by spending time observing others and how people are using your company's products, he writes. Also, start asking more questions and networking with people different from yourself.

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