Identifying and understanding our own blind spots can not only help us better understand how we relate to our peers, but how we can effectively manage these working relationships. By viewing organizations through a sociological lens, we can better understand the intersection between personal behavior and job functions to foster more positive, effective, and collaborative cultures.
On this week’s episode of Venture City, I speak with executive leadership coach Justin Mulvaney on how his tools and frameworks help leaders break through foundational limiting beliefs to improve relationships and enhance operational efficiency.
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