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3 Myths C-Suite Executives Must Avoid

Your brightest talent is ready to walk out the door. Why? C-Suite executives are operating by three long-standing myths about leadership that don’t align with what you expect from others. Your operating leaders are stuck in the middle of this “do as I say, not as I do” culture.

These three myths are sabotaging C-Suite executives.

That’s why you’ve got to read my new article for the Forbes Coaches Council…Three Leadership Myths Sabotaging C-Suite Executives And What To Do About It

What are these three myths? And, more importantly, what can you do about them?

Check out my article on the Forbes Coaches Council website here.

Leadership Warning Signs

Recently some fellow Forbes Councils members, Tonya Echols and Frances McIntosh, and I combined our segments for a podcast to share our advice on negative leadership traits and how to deal with them.

You’ll take away useful techniques to deal with any problematic leaders that you have in your career. As well as learning that “toxic” managers are a major cause of employee turnover and how to identify these “toxic” managers by observing these signs: not making employees feel valued; micro-managing; a lack of positive feedback; and even perfectionism as it can create unrealistic expectation and frustration for employees. There are many more negative leadership traits that we discuss on the podcast as well as how you can combat them to help you progress further in your career.

If you want to learn more about how you can identify signs of toxic leadership, you can listen to the podcast on the Forbes Council website or on Spotify, iTunes, or Google Play.