How self-awareness can make you a better leader

05/5/2014 | Forbes

Building self-awareness is essential as you attempt to develop leadership skills, writes Adelma Lilliston, CEO of Joy & Brussels Sprouts. This will allow you to find the type of work that matches your personality and to concentrate on areas in which you can produce strong results. "Expecting yourself to be a generalist often means you are replaceable," Lilliston writes. "When you focus on your strengths, you excel."

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