You need to be honest with yourself to get better at leading others

10/21/2011 | BNET

Leaders often overestimate their contributions to their companies' success, but it's important to have an accurate view of your strengths and weaknesses to improve yourself, John Baldoni writes. To better your performance, consider the negative effects your shortcomings have. Cease these harmful behaviors and redirect your efforts into something more positive, he writes, and solicit feedback to make sure you continue to improve.

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