#86 Leadership Lessons – Don’t Ignore Blind Spots

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Welcome to the Leadership Lessons.

Today I want to share quick learning on blind spots. And as a leader how damaging they can be.

We all have blind spots. The Johari window is one of the first theories I read on the Blind Spots, but it’s also used by me when doing DISC assessments with my clients.

“blind spot” – Information about yourselves that others know in a group but you will be unaware of it. Others may interpret yourselves differently than you expect. The blind spot is reduced for efficient communication through seeking feedback from others

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