As a college student, John Baldoni once had a drawing-class professor ask if he understood what was going on in class. Baldoni answered that he knew what he was supposed to be doing, but his hands couldn’t execute.
Now aauthor and coach, Baldoni knows that recognizing your limits is a critical first step. But what you do next is the really important step.
Perseverance matters, especially when you’re facing a human issue, one that a spreadsheet can’t resolve.
Good leaders acknowledge their limitations, then “open up themselves to others,” Baldoni says. “People want to work with a manager who knows what he can and cannot do.”
Source: Lead By Example
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