No one said leading was easy. Not only are leaders supposed to motivate individuals, they are also there to inspire, to direct, to manage, to be the good and bad guy — and of course to deliver.
A lot rides on a leader. And with all the rewards, there consequently comes a lot of drawbacks and pitfalls. So for any leaders concerned, help is at hand: enter leadership and management coach Chris Hallberg.
In Hallberg's "The Business Sergeant's Field Manual," the leadership coach breaks down key details on what it takes to thrive as a leader — also highlighting the dangers that can lie ahead.
In an conversation with CNBC Make It, Hallberg broke down three hazardous areas for leaders — which could cause detrimental damage to relationships with their employees: