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Posted by on May 1, 2014 in Business, Culture, Engagement, Featured, Leadership | 0 comments

The Care and Feeding of Employee EGOs

When you hear someone say, “That person’s got quite an ego,” it’s rarely meant as a form of flattery. In fact, it typically carries a lot of negative baggage. But without a “healthy ego,” a person can be pretty dysfunctional. Indecisive. Defensive. Insensitive. Accusatory. Insecure. Risk averse. You name it. One way to think of ego in a positive light is to look at what it takes to maintain a healthy one. Using the word EGO as an acronym, here are three key requirements:

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