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The Challenge with Humility In Leadership

Egbert, a client of mine for leadership coaching in London, spoke to me recently of his challenges in implementing humility in his leadership.

Humility is often touted as a core factor in being an authentic leader. Good books on authentic leadership , especially servant leadership, where the leader is not seen so much as the person who tells everyone want to do for his own ends, but is servant to the staff and organisation they work for.

The practical reality is that even for leaders who are not driven by ego and power, the act of implementing humility in their interactions with their staff can actually be quite difficult.

For a start, even if the leaders is not driven by power and control, many of those around them may be. So acts of humility may be seen as an act of weakness and in turn enact aggressive behaviour from these power driven colleagues.

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How do I maintain a LinkedIn profile?

What is LinkedIn?

LinkedIn appeared in 2004 as a resource for finding IT-specialists. In 18 years, it has increased significantly in volume – up to 800 million users in 200 countries. So the audience here is huge, decent and solvent.

The main categories – specialists and recruiters – are still there, but they are no longer the predominant majority. You can find all kinds of people here – fitness trainers, beauticians, salespeople, artists. There’s a lot of people out there! Today, the mission of LinkedIn is “to connect professionals around the world to share experiences.

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