Know and Have a Good Sense of One’s Self-worth

Turtle wanted to make a good impression on his new staff. He knew he was at the top of his game and that he had a lot more experience than most of the workers he led. Instead of tooting his own horn and acting as though he were the best in the industry, he took a much different approach. He went down and asked each of his workers what they thought their best quality was as an employee within his company. Turtle knew his value in the company. As a leader within the company he was there to make his workers shine at the end of the day. And because of there he didn’t have any reason at all to act as though he was much more important than he actually was.

Lesson: This lesson is inspired by the Rescue a CEO Post “5 Things Great Leaders Do and Failing Leaders Don’t

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