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"Coaching Strategies to Overcome the Sin of Arrogance: Helping leaders with Big Egos"?

I believe that coaches can help leaders with an ego by focusing on certain strategies that can address the Sin of Arrogance. One approach is to encourage leaders to engage in self-reflection and introspection, as this can help them identify and confront their own egos.

Additionally, coaches can help leaders to recognize the value of seeking and accepting feedback from their teams, even when it challenges their own assumptions and beliefs. This can help to counteract the distorted reality that can result from the Sin of Arrogance, and allow leaders to make more logical and effective decisions.

Coaches can also encourage leaders to adopt a more humble and collaborative leadership style, which involves actively listening to the perspectives of others and fostering an environment of mutual respect and trust. This can help to reduce the tendency towards arrogance and promote a more productive and effective team dynamic.

Ultimately, coaching can help leaders to recognize and overcome the pitfalls of their own egos, and develop a more balanced and effective approach to leadership that benefits both themselves and their teams.

And always remember:


Great managers are made. Not born.

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