E-BOOK (Part 5): "You Can’t Manage Others Until You Manage Yourself First"

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This e-book is the fifth in an 8-part series on leadership being published on PEXNetwork.com looking at how understanding the primal (primitive and subconscious) drives that powerfully, silently and consistently motivate human behavior can help you achieve exceptional results through a new level of leadership skill.

In leadership, Pogo is too often right: "We have met the enemy and he is us." Some leaders cannot get out of their own way, and in such cases "the fish stinks from the head." The one that gets most damage from this is the leader himself. However, others are affected also. This excerpt looks at how to practically apply the Primal Drives in a leadership context and recommends specific behaviours that successful leaders would be well advised to avoid.