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I was on the phone with one of my friends when he began to share some leadership struggles he has been facing with his employees. A few folks on his staff only knew how to fail. They weren’t able to get the job done, and he was frustrated about their work ethic, their attitude, and how they responded to the issues. He needed someone on the outside to vent and process with. I was willing to learn more as well.

As we continued talking, we shared some common insights about failure and leadership development. It’s OK to fail. We are all going to fall short at times, but how we respond to it is a different story. In our conversation, we discussed how to fail and how to avoid it. Here are 3 ways to guarantee failure and what to do differently.

Are you setting yourself up for failure?  Continue reading over at to find out.

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