Business owners and leaders need to develop and build an abundance of different skill sets. Sometimes, those skill sets seem opposite of one another. However, you’ll often find that when you align these seemingly dissimilar skills that you get big results.
In a recent Harvard Business Review article, Dan Cable, a professor of organizational behavior at London Business School, wrote about the value of confidently being vulnerable. While confidence and vulnerability may feel like opposing skills, together they can have a positive impact on your team or organization. I highly recommend taking a few minutes to check it out. Click here to read “How to Build Confidence About Showing Vulnerability.”
Are there any seemingly opposite skill sets that you’ve combined for good results? Let us know in the comments!