It goes against our nature to shout "Hooray!" when someone calls us out. But studies show that people who solicit and accept feedback are more effective leaders and more successful at work. Here's how to take the sting out of feedback and make it work for you.
After scrutinizing 360-degree feedback data on over 11,000 leaders and evaluating the 10% considered the least effective, Jack Zenger and Joseph Folkman found the 10 most common leadership shortcomings.These are ranked according to the size of the difference between successful and unsuccessful leaders' scores; successful and failed leaders differed most significantly in their energy and enthusiasm.