The Seven Deadly Sins of Leadership, on Troy Talks

🎧 The Seven Deadly Sins of Leadership, on Troy Talks

A career is a marathon, and never a sprint.

If you’ve got your eyes on the prize for a long-term, productive and successful career, thriving in a growth mindset is a top priority. When this is your long-term goal, all you need to do is show up, do the best that you can do, look for experiences and opportunities to expand your mind, expand what you know, create new partnerships and new working relationships.

Sometimes, however, we can get caught up in the moment and distracted by “false priorities.” We get caught up in the little things and miss the big things. False Priorities can sound a lot like this: “If I don’t get this raise, I’m not doing any extra projects.”

That, my friends, is a toxic fixation—and it will poison the path. Just imagine the negative impact that this example of poor leadership can have on your team’s morale and productivity. (You probably don’t have to imagine it, most of us have had a ring-side seat to a leader distracted by false priorities.)

If, instead, you want to create a healthy and productive work environment where your team can thrive? On a recent episode of the podcast Troy Talks, I share the secrets to avoiding The Seven Deadly Sins of Leadership that can, and will, hinder your progress.

👉🎧 Listen to The Seven Deadly Sins of Leadership on Troy Talks

These common leadership pitfalls can—and will—negatively impact an organization. By knowing about and being able to recognize a Deadly Sin of Leadership, you can simply avoid them…or at least nip them in the bud when you do see them.

After all, nothing should stand in the way between you and an environment of open communication and professional development.

Yours in positive work environments, where personal and team development can flourish,

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