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Great leaders are comfortable with who they are

Jen Wike

In today's workforce, creativity is a critical skill. I strive every day at Red Hat to be a catalyst with our associates to fuel and spark their creativity and not stifle it by simply telling people what to do. At Red Hat, where we believe in meritocracy and celebrating the best ideas no matter where they come from in the organization, that wouldn't work. To earn respect, leaders need to do three things.

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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I love his point about being honest about your strengths and weaknesses, rather than holding it in. Thanks for sharing.