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What your hobbies reveal about you

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in Best-Practices Leadership,Leaders & Managers

The things you do in your nonworking hours offer important clues to your leadership strengths, skills and style. Examples:
  • If you love to read mystery novels, you like to solve complex problems using a mixture of analysis and intuition.
  • If you love to watch hockey (or football or soccer), you believe that coordinated teamwork will allow a group of people to advance toward a goal.
  • If you play golf, you place a high value on personal skill as a component of success.
  • If you love spending time with your kids, you value nurturing and teaching.
The key is to look at the things you love to do, then ask “Why?”

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