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Leadership / Leadership Qualities

The 3 Biggest Leadership Mistakes People Make

Are you making some of these mistakes in your business?
- VIP Contributor
Chairman and CEO of Brian Tracy International, Speaker and Author
1 min read

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On this episode, Entrepreneur Network partner Brian Tracy breaks down the top three mistakes leaders make on a daily basis. The first mistake, Tracy says, is to criticize others -- not to overly criticize them, but to criticize them at all. Instead, he urges leaders to focus on a solution, not on who caused the problem or who is to blame. That way, you can fix the problem while maintaining your employees' self-image and confidence so they can perform at their very best.

Watch the video to learn more.

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