Published: 03 August 2023
Many executives lack objective voices and perspectives, making leadership a lonely place. This can contribute to career stagnation and missed opportunities. Executives can uncover blind spots and become better leaders by acting on three lessons practiced by professional opera singers.
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Ninety-four percent of leaders report that their overall confidence as a leader improved due to leadership coaching, yet almost 40% of executives are without one, depriving them of an external perspective.
Leaders can benefit from having a number of different external and internal objective voices to help them develop different skills and competencies at different times for different situations.
Executives that are struggling to develop and feel isolated should adopt lessons from professional opera singers:
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