[Ep #55] Humility: The First & Most Important Characteristic of Leadership

with Kristin Zhivago

Welcome to Episode 55 of Women In Leadership PodcastIn this episode I speak with Kristin Zhivago about how humility is the first and most important characteristic of an effective leader.

Kristin shares:

  • Humility is the first and most important characteristic of an effective leader; taking full ownership for all that happens with your team is the second.
  • You can never do enough learning or preparing.
  • Act with your mind but think with your heart. At the core of every successful endeavour is the desire to help someone, to make life better for others.

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