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Are You a Mentally Strong Leader?

For many people, obtaining leadership roles draws out their worst flaws and insecurities, and they command authority through intimidation and control. On the other hand, mentally strong leaders earn respect and loyalty because their honesty, optimism and resilience spread throughout the organization. While being the boss comes with inevitable ups and downs, having confidence and humility can make you a mentally strong leader with the insight to steer the company in the right direction.
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