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WHY CORPORATE LEADERS FAIL.

WHY CORPORATE LEADERS FAIL. McGill Five traps a leader needs to watch out for. consulting group VIP Invulnerability Harmony Certainty Popularity Status Leaders who seek certainty rather than clarity are set to fail. No one knows the future, therefore rather than exhausting efforts in getting assurances; don't be afraid Leaders who don't allow for Leaders who don't allow Leaders who want to be liked Leaders who put their status, position and role above that of results, are set to fail. by everyone, rather than ensuring accountability are set to fail. Leaders who hold people accountable only earn the respect and admiration of others not others to see their constructive conflicts to take place are set to fail. Knowing other people's viewpoints is key in finding solutions and achieving goals. Allowing for difference of opinions leads to productivity, creativity and superior results. Healthy conflicts lead to clarity. weaknesses are set to fail. Being human is key to fostering trust and allowing for open relationships to prosper. Allowing others to see who you are, only makes them trustworthy. Trust leads to healthy conflicts. Results are bullet proof, whether people like you or not. Respect for a strong to make incremental leader comes from the decisions with limited resentment and poor performance. Accountability results he/she delivers not information. Clarity leads to accountability. how much he is liked. leads to results. Putting results before status leads to high-performance leadership. FACTORS TRUST + BALANCE + CLARITY + ACCOUNTABLITY + RESULTS LEADING to leadership failure Copyrights 2012 O McGill Consulting Group Source: McGill Consulting Group www.mcgillconsultinggroup.com WHY CORPORATE LEADERS FAIL. McGill Five traps a leader needs to watch out for. consulting group VIP Invulnerability Harmony Certainty Popularity Status Leaders who seek certainty rather than clarity are set to fail. No one knows the future, therefore rather than exhausting efforts in getting assurances; don't be afraid Leaders who don't allow for Leaders who don't allow Leaders who want to be liked Leaders who put their status, position and role above that of results, are set to fail. by everyone, rather than ensuring accountability are set to fail. Leaders who hold people accountable only earn the respect and admiration of others not others to see their constructive conflicts to take place are set to fail. Knowing other people's viewpoints is key in finding solutions and achieving goals. Allowing for difference of opinions leads to productivity, creativity and superior results. Healthy conflicts lead to clarity. weaknesses are set to fail. Being human is key to fostering trust and allowing for open relationships to prosper. Allowing others to see who you are, only makes them trustworthy. Trust leads to healthy conflicts. Results are bullet proof, whether people like you or not. Respect for a strong to make incremental leader comes from the decisions with limited resentment and poor performance. Accountability results he/she delivers not information. Clarity leads to accountability. how much he is liked. leads to results. Putting results before status leads to high-performance leadership. FACTORS TRUST + BALANCE + CLARITY + ACCOUNTABLITY + RESULTS LEADING to leadership failure Copyrights 2012 O McGill Consulting Group Source: McGill Consulting Group www.mcgillconsultinggroup.com WHY CORPORATE LEADERS FAIL. McGill Five traps a leader needs to watch out for. consulting group VIP Invulnerability Harmony Certainty Popularity Status Leaders who seek certainty rather than clarity are set to fail. No one knows the future, therefore rather than exhausting efforts in getting assurances; don't be afraid Leaders who don't allow for Leaders who don't allow Leaders who want to be liked Leaders who put their status, position and role above that of results, are set to fail. by everyone, rather than ensuring accountability are set to fail. Leaders who hold people accountable only earn the respect and admiration of others not others to see their constructive conflicts to take place are set to fail. Knowing other people's viewpoints is key in finding solutions and achieving goals. Allowing for difference of opinions leads to productivity, creativity and superior results. Healthy conflicts lead to clarity. weaknesses are set to fail. Being human is key to fostering trust and allowing for open relationships to prosper. Allowing others to see who you are, only makes them trustworthy. Trust leads to healthy conflicts. Results are bullet proof, whether people like you or not. Respect for a strong to make incremental leader comes from the decisions with limited resentment and poor performance. Accountability results he/she delivers not information. Clarity leads to accountability. how much he is liked. leads to results. Putting results before status leads to high-performance leadership. FACTORS TRUST + BALANCE + CLARITY + ACCOUNTABLITY + RESULTS LEADING to leadership failure Copyrights 2012 O McGill Consulting Group Source: McGill Consulting Group www.mcgillconsultinggroup.com WHY CORPORATE LEADERS FAIL. McGill Five traps a leader needs to watch out for. consulting group VIP Invulnerability Harmony Certainty Popularity Status Leaders who seek certainty rather than clarity are set to fail. No one knows the future, therefore rather than exhausting efforts in getting assurances; don't be afraid Leaders who don't allow for Leaders who don't allow Leaders who want to be liked Leaders who put their status, position and role above that of results, are set to fail. by everyone, rather than ensuring accountability are set to fail. Leaders who hold people accountable only earn the respect and admiration of others not others to see their constructive conflicts to take place are set to fail. Knowing other people's viewpoints is key in finding solutions and achieving goals. Allowing for difference of opinions leads to productivity, creativity and superior results. Healthy conflicts lead to clarity. weaknesses are set to fail. Being human is key to fostering trust and allowing for open relationships to prosper. Allowing others to see who you are, only makes them trustworthy. Trust leads to healthy conflicts. Results are bullet proof, whether people like you or not. Respect for a strong to make incremental leader comes from the decisions with limited resentment and poor performance. Accountability results he/she delivers not information. Clarity leads to accountability. how much he is liked. leads to results. Putting results before status leads to high-performance leadership. FACTORS TRUST + BALANCE + CLARITY + ACCOUNTABLITY + RESULTS LEADING to leadership failure Copyrights 2012 O McGill Consulting Group Source: McGill Consulting Group www.mcgillconsultinggroup.com

WHY CORPORATE LEADERS FAIL.

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