How Leading From The Heart Can Propel Business Executives To Greatness

A healthy ego can be a good thing, allowing someone to take pride in who they are and what they do.Q2 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and moreBut when business executives allow an unhealthy ego to drive them, enormous problems are certain to follow, says Kimberly Roush, founder of All-Star Executive Coaching and co-author of Who Are You… When You Are Big?“A big ego can be toxic,” Roush says. “Your ego should not feed on the thought, ‘I’m bigger and more important than you.’ Instead, your ego should thrive on the thought, ‘I’m big because I’ve made the best of myself and I know you can do …

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