Everyone’s entitled to having a bad day every now and then. Yet, when a bad day has turned into a bad week, or maybe even a bad month, it’s time to pause and assess, before your leadership reputation is on the line.
It is critical to be aware of the attitude and energy you exude to be effective and respected in leadership. During times of pressure and stress, the brain defaults to familiar behavior patterns, regardless if the behavior is helpful to the situation.
These patterns may be destructive and undetectable until the consequences are blatantly obvious and alarming.This is self-sabotage at its best, and here are some helpful cues to keep it from getting the best of you.There are five common self-sabotaging identities that undermine and, in some cases, hinder future opportunities and successes for some of the most talented executives and entrepreneurs.Read more on addicted2success.com