Self-Awareness for Leaders: Understanding Your Strengths and Weaknesses 

A business woman on the phone at her desk while working.
A business man looking frustrated at his computer.

Do you sometimes struggle to understand how your actions and emotions affect others?

Are you surprised to find out that your employees occasionally perceive you in ways you did not intend?

Join us to learn how to improve your self-awareness so that you’ll be better equipped to inspire trust and collaboration on your team.

Self-awareness in leaders is crucial as it forms the bedrock of effective decision-making, communication, and team dynamics. 

Without self-awareness, leaders might find it challenging to adapt to changing circumstances, leading to rigid decision-making and potential conflicts within the team. In contrast, self-aware leaders foster a positive work environment, acknowledge their strengths and weaknesses, and are better equipped to inspire trust and collaboration among team members, ultimately contributing to enhanced organizational success. Learn about the elements of self-awareness and how you can develop yours.

What to Expect

Learn what self-awareness is, why it’s important, how it connects to overall Emotional Intelligence and create an action plan to develop your self-awareness.