I define self-awareness as the knowledge of one’s own strengths, weaknesses and impact others. Some management gurus take this concept to a mystical extreme. I don’t claim guru status, and I don’t think that mystical methods are necessary to develop leadership skills. I do, however, support self-awareness (my definition) as a key factor in a manager’s success and effectiveness.
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For most employees, getting a new boss is not a good thing. Just when they have the old boss “trained,” a new boss comes in on a mission to make an impact. After all, if the new boss doesn’t change anything, why do you need a new boss…right?
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