Mistakes can provide valuable leadership insights

12/10/2013 | Fast Track, The

Chances are good that you'll make a few mistakes after you earn your first management position, so it's important to treat these missteps as learning opportunities, writes Eva Rykrsmith. "Discovering those errors, learning from the lessons offered, and then making the necessary behavioral changes is what transforms us into effective leaders," she writes. Likewise, try to learn as much as possible after taking on an important project, she advises.

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