If people call you "the monster," you aren't leading

11/14/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

Strong performers who make smart decisions and create value can still be bad leaders if they intimidate or bully co-workers, Lolly Daskal writes. That behavior can sometimes be changed, however, through heartfelt introspection that leads to a plan for moving forward. "Becoming an introspective leader takes practice; it is a learned skill," Daskal writes.

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