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Saturday, April 17, 2021

Why capable people are reluctant to lead | Harvard Business Review

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There are people in your team who have great potential but are hesitant to lead. According to research by Harvard Business Review, they fear leadership because it can affect the relationship among colleagues. Another common reason is a concern with a bad reputation that initiating to lead might make others badly think of them and being blamed if something wrong happens. To help people overcome these risks, managers can identify lower-stakes opportunities to give them the confidence to bring out and pursue future leadership.

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