By Pratap Nambiar For The Straits Times
Lack of self-awareness, especially of how others see you, is a blind spot that can ruin careers.

In my past 10 years of leadership coaching, it has become clear that leaders who are self-aware have the ability to see themselves clearly, to understand who they are, how others see them and how they fit into their organisation or the world in general. This has a direct bearing on increasing their leadership effectiveness, which results in greater organisational effectiveness.

There is a strong positive correlation between self-awareness of leaders, their authentic behaviours and, consequently, their leadership effectiveness….Read More

This article was originally published in The Straits Times, Singapore on October 14, 2018.

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