Likeability and Effectiveness
A leader who is likeable is not to be confused with a people-pleaser. A people-pleaser gets nothing done because such a person is torn in several directions trying to please everybody. Leaders must be clear about their priorities and the job that needs to be done. However, they should also have good relationships with others, as this becomes especially important to their success during crunch times.
What type of relationship do you enjoy with your team members and colleagues? On a scale of 0 (low) to 10 (high) where do you suppose your colleagues and team members would rank you? What one thing can you do differently to improve your likeability score?
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