Too much self-promotion can hurt team morale

Leaders who use "I" statements too much when describing achievements can demoralize a team, Joyce E. A. Russell writes. "An 'I did this' mentality promotes more selfishness, and over time, leaders may even start believing more and more in their own hype, deluding themselves into feeling they really did do everything themselves," she writes.

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