They believe in hiring people who are smarter than they are, and they don’t feel threatened by that.
Likewise, they believe in hiring people who are more talented than they are in their specific profession (e.g., Design managers hiring more talented designers).
They believe in hiring people who are not like them or their friends. They know that a homogenous team is less likely to be effective and successful.
They believe in cognitive diversity too. They know that you need people who think differently from each other to come up with the most creative and innovative solutions.
They believe in compassionate leadership and know that compassion does not equate to weakness as a leader.
They believe in honest and open communication, in both directions. They are honest with their team and they expect people to be honest with them too, even if it requires sharing bad news with the boss.
They believe in developing and promoting talent within the organization and company, vs. always…
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