How raising a child can translate to leadership

06/25/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

Having kids is like signing up for a decades-long crash-course in leadership, writes Dana Theus. The coaching and empathy that goes into raising a child are much like the skills needed to mentor an employee, Theus explains, and the juggling that comes with managing a family also makes you a nimbler and better-balanced boss. "Parenting was the force that made me grow up -- at work and at home," she writes.

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