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Every leader has an impact on the team that they lead. You can try to run away from this reality, but at the end of the day, you leave an impact on your team. The key question leaders must ask themselves is if the impact is a good or bad one. Do you often frustrate people you lead?
Every leader wants their team to be happy. Good leaders want their teams to be passionate, excited and encouraged.
So, how do we lead people without frustrating them?
Here are some ways that you can frustrate the teams that you lead.
1. Lead with Unclear Expectations?
If you want to frustrate your team as much as anything else, do not be clear on your expectations for them.
Too often, leaders are holding those that they lead to an expectation that has never clearly been communicated.
This frustrates people because they do not…
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