Can everyone be classified as a Diminisher or a Multiplier?

Diminishers and Multipliers are not always so easily identified. For example, a manager with positive intentions could actually have a diminishing effect. In this video, Liz Wiseman shares how hard it can be for leaders to see when they are accidentally diminishing.

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Strong performers tend to get ahead because of their energy, ideas, and high standards. But the very traits that propelled them into leadership roles can actually make them less effective as leaders.

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