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Five Leadership Sins of Middle East Managers | Atif Rahim Khan, Senior Capacity Building Specialist, Sustainable Development Policy Institute [SDPI]

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Five Leadership Sins of Middle East Managers | Atif Rahim Khan, Senior Capacity Building Specialist, Sustainable Development Policy Institute [SDPI]

This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Atif Rahim Khan. In this presentation he discuss about the Five Leadership Sins:

You or your colleagues are guilty of a leadership sin if you accept and live with an ingrained class structure that places ceilings on leadership development. Sounds familiar? How about the idea of being implementers only? He discuss some critical leadership sins that you or those around you could be willingly or unknowingly committing and to find out what to do instead.

Are you committing these cardinal mistakes when taking charge of your leadership experiences and those of your peers?

  1. Waiting for the thinking to be done for them
  2. Living with a sense of entitlement
  3. Failure to draw the line in relationships personal versus professional
  4. Inadequate branding, promotion and development of local leadership role models at all levels of organizations
  5. Not maintaining constancy and consistency in providing value to others

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