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My Biggest Leadership Regrets

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Leadership is not for the emotionally fragile. It can shatter you into a thousand pieces if not you’re careful. Leading has a way of revealing our biggest weaknesses. Many leaders didn’t realize how much it makes you confront your own personal failings. How much of leadership is having a mirror held up to your face. Even more challenging? That mirror and your reflection is in public. There’s no where to hide those uncomfortable truths…




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Suzan Bond

Suzan Bond

Leadership coach for new technology leaders. Fast Company contributor. Former COO Travis CI. Twitter: @suzanbond

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