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What Great Leaders Do

Some people in leadership positions, intentionally or not, harm their employees and their organization by creating a toxic work environment, causing their employees to focus on job searching or protecting themselves from internal forces instead of safeguarding the company against external threats.

According to Simon Sinek, if someone feels safe enough to raise their hands and say, “I made a mistake” or “I need some help,” that leader has created an environment where their people feel safe to be themselves. However, if someone is so focused on “covering themselves” and sending a CYA email after every conversation or meeting, that leader has created a toxic culture that shouts NOT SAFE, every man/woman for themselves.

Great leaders create an environment where their people can be themselves but, more importantly, to become the very best version of themselves.

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Thanks @leadershipfirst .

Leaders are often subleaders in a organisation. So this mentality to create an open constructive culture needs to start top-down. It’s a complete change in the mind

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