Being a perfectionist is no way to be an effective leader

Dr. Diana Nasike enrolled for the DAI Masters Degree in Organizational Leadership (MAOL) course in Uganda in 2014. This is her story:

“Choosing to do MAOL instead of a surgical residency was a bizarre decision according to most people but it is one of the best (and hardest) decisions I made. This course has helped me develop so much, not just as a leader, but as a person. Through units like Leadership, Conflict Resolution, and Ethics, I learned to look at the people I lead through God’s eyes and not through my own. I have learned to appreciate that we are all different and be cool with that. I have learned that being a perfectionist is no way to be an effective leader. I have learned to celebrate diversity and see the beauty in imperfection”

Diana is pictured centre – the lady in black and white.

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Posted in Uganda