Seeing yourself as a leader is a critical first step toward acting like one—yet, many people are uncomfortable identifying as leaders, and some studies show there are various reasons for this.
- Some leaders fear appearing domineering, different or unqualified.
- People who reported higher levels of fear around these reputational risks were less likely to see themselves as leaders and to act as leaders.
- The good news is that psychological interventions are available to reduce both the potency and impact of these fears.
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