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Leaders need to know things, communicate well, build teams, inspire cooperation--but also master themselves.
Leaders need to be self-reflective, he says. Most leaders have no time for this, Kraemer says.
Self-reflection can also be uncomfortable--they may recognize they are not paying attention to the things they claim are vital.
But self-reflective people, on the positive side, don't get surprised that often, which is good.
You need both self-confidence and humility. More of both--not one or the other.
The more self confidence, the more matching humility--the more people will want to work with and for you.