PREVIEW OF CARING
WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE
Leaders that care for others have developed the ability to see each person as an individual with unique needs, wants, concerns, challenges, goals, and hopes. They see their employees as people, not just workers. They see themselves as a means to help other people, instead of seeing people as a means to their own ends. They find just as much satisfaction in helping others as they do in the success of a big project or the achievement of a major business goal. They recognize that the two things they will be left with at the end of a career is the satisfaction that nothing was left on the table and that a positive difference was made in the lives of others...
PSYCHOMETRIC 360 QUESTIONS
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