The biggest mistakes a leader can make

  1. Putting self interest first
  2. Betraying Trust
  3. Being too certain – not embracing uncertainty
  4. Not living up to values
  5. Too focused and obsessive
  6. Arrogance
  7. Acting too fast
  8. Not Authentic
  9. Everything focused on the leader
  10. Not being self reflective

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Bill George, Professor, Harvard Business School and former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Medtronic
Evan Wittenberg, Head of Global Leadership Development, Google, Inc.
Dr. Ellen Langer, Professor, Harvard University
Andrew Pettigrew, Professor, Sïad Business School, University of Oxford
Gianpiero Petriglieri, Affiliate Professor of Organizational Behavior, INSEAD
Carl Sloane, Professor Emeritus, Harvard Business School
Jonathan Doochin, Leadership Institute at Harvard College
Scott Snook, Associate Professor, Harvard Business School and retired Colonel, US Army Corps of Engineers
Daisy Wademan Dowling, Executive Director, Leadership Development at Morgan Stanley

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3 Responses to The biggest mistakes a leader can make

  1. I practically break everyone of these rules.. Like, why follow the leader.. Never know he could be riding a bad bike..

    Anyways, cool for liking up on Twitter…!


  2. CoachStation says:

    Reblogged this on CoachStation and commented:
    How many of these traits are part of your own world?

  3. Renee Arpin says:

    Great post. I really enjoy this one.. I’m looking forward to going through your site for more related information.

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