In Communication, Employee Development, Feedback, Perspective, Self-Awareness, Wednesday Wisdom

Leaders never graduate from the school of self-awareness.

I heard this line in a podcast and found it extremely meaningful. I am reminded that self-awareness is a continual journey, not a destination. In the busyness of our lives, it’s easy to keep doing and sometimes difficult to take a step back to reflect and evaluate.

I invite you take a moment to do so this week.

Dr. Tasha Eurich continues to be a favorite resource of mine when it comes to this topic. I shared some of her info earlier this year:

Here’s another great resource on ways to increase your self-awareness:

  1. Meditate
  2. Write down your key plans and priorities
  3. Take psychometric tests
  4. Ask trusted friends
  5. Get regular feedback at work

And I’ll add one more – pull out a previous performance review, 360* feedback form, or psychometric assessment from the last year or two.

Has anything changed?







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