How does Heartstyles help leaders?


Ross Orwin – Client Services Director

Whether an organisation is fairly flat or more hierarchically structured, the behaviour of its leaders will inform the way everyone operates. And when those in positions of power work from a place of pride, those under them tend to act out of fear - be it of making a mistake or facing reprimands. That's a huge problem because fear paralyses - inhibiting creativity and initiative.  

 Ross Orwin and Marc Rogatschnig discuss how self-knowledge can help leaders to break this cycle of pride and fear and uplift their people. 

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