How pride strengthens your leadership: motivation, efficiency, and influence Premium

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“Vanity is wanting to appear as though you are something; ambition is wanting to be something; self-regard is believing you are something; and pride is knowing what you are worth” — these words, attributed to the Polish statesman Edward Raczynski, reflect the ambiguity that persists around the concept of pride. Often confused with arrogance or self importance, pride is an emotion that can be used to harness individual and collective motivation. And it is a key component of leadership.

 

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How pride strengthens your leadership: motivation efficiency, and influence

USBD27202Based on Take Pride, Why the Deadliest Sin Holds the Secret to Human Success by Jessica Tracy (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2016) and an interview with Theresa Vogel, Engagement manager, The Walt Disney Company, Germany (December 2016).