Identifying the Top 5 Leadership Blind Spots

Leaders can’t always be perfect.

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But they can improve the quality of the leadership they provide by focusing on the areas that tend to present the biggest challenges. Certain situations can pose greater threats than others. Allen Sockwell and Brad Westveld, experts in the talent acquisition field, explain how leaders can better cover their blind spots in a post for TLNT.

Where’s the first blind spot? Sockwell and Westveld say that it’s caused by a lack of communication when it comes to company direction and priorities. If leadership doesn’t speak up about these topics, who will? Another issue arises when expectations aren’t conveyed accurately. When employees don’t know what’s expected of them, they’re highly unlikely to perform well. For more on the top five leadership blind spots, read the full article by Sockwell and Westveld.

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