Video: What do diminishing leaders tend to do?


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Do you have individuals in your organization who are smart and capable, but around certain leaders, they hold back or don’t progress? Leaders with Accidental Diminisher tendencies stifle the talent and energy of the people around them. Because they rely on their own capabilities, Diminishers tend to create tense work environments and shut down people’s contributions. Watch this video to learn some of the tendencies of Diminisher leaders. Once your leaders are aware of these tendencies, they can take steps to correct this behavior.

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