Video: What are some examples of accidental Diminisher tendencies?


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Most leaders are not trying to bring out the worst in their teams. In fact, the hard part about being a Diminisher is that it usually happens by accident.

Watch this video to know the signs of an Accidental Diminisher and prevent yourself from bringing the worst out of your team.

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