This leads to off-topic work on the part of his/her team and a lot of time and energy wasted because of a lack of explanation, clarification and time spent with the team. A change in communication seems essential.
All these dysfunctional behaviors are likely to result in self-sabotage and underperformance rather than performance and in jeopardizing the development of one’s full potential as a leader.
Recognizing and detecting one’s own underperformance or self-sabotage behaviours is essential in order to initiate a change in one’s leadership practices with a view to lead, influence and develop a team. This requires introspection and transformation or getting rid of one’s blockages.
At Become a Leader, we know that underperformance is often due to behaviors and attitudes that must be stopped or transformed before reaching your full potential as a leader, regardless of the sector in which you work professionally.
Self-knowledge, also called intra-personal intelligence, is a sine qua non condition for leadership development.