5 Useful Truths for New Leaders

Here’s a story I’ve heard too often: A professional has finally arrived at a leadership position because of their relentless pursuit of achievement. To their surprise, the moment is bittersweet. While they alone bear the responsibility for their team’s success, they find that they’re unable to control what determines it. The realization hits them that they finally have authority, but they can’t seem to use it to move their team in the right direction. Not to mention, they are impacting people’s lives – both positively and negatively based on the decisions they make every day.

Ultimately, it isn’t quite what they expected out of their dream job, and they begin to think,

“Maybe I shouldn’t have pursed this leadership position so relentlessly.”

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