Self-Assessment A Leadership Foundation, Says Kellogg Grad

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If people don't feel that you care about them and their interests, then you can't create a team environment, Gutman told an audience of Kellogg students during a Nov. 12 visit to the school. "The group became known as the one where leaders came from." "Everything you do becomes important. People learn more from what you do, not what you say." He said leaders need to set a mission for their team that is known by everyone from the secretary to the middle managers. Leaders also should be aware and work with team members on their professional personal goals, giving them constructive feedback.

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