Don’t ignore your self-awareness blind spots.

Among the components of good management skills, self-awareness gets far less attention than it deserves. Beyond serving as a natural brake for emotional outbursts or antisocial behavior, self-awareness is a fundamental building block of effective communication.

Below are five cues indicating a lack of self-awareness, as well as steps to take to remedy the situation.

Your perspective is the most important. You primarily believe your point of view to be the most critical, and rarely consider the perspectives of your team members. Instead, when you have an important…

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