With the economy sailing toward rough waters, entrepreneurs and employees alike are bracing for tough times.
Some are claiming we’re entering an era of “bossism” — a shift in leverage from employees to managers, enabling the latter to get away with some pretty ruthless behavior. But, as a business owner with more than 619 employees worldwide, I think that it’s more crucial than ever for leaders to act with empathy and maintain a sense of self-awareness. After all, research has found that self-aware leaders are more effective and have more satisfied employees and more profitable companies.
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