Self-sabotage is defined by psychologists as any behaviour that creates problems and interference in the attempts we make toward achieving ...
Is self-sabotage preventing you from becoming a leader in your school?
For those who aspire to roles of leadership in the education sector, it can seem like having a few degrees and a set number of years under your belt should be enough to provide the trigger to begin your climb up the ladder. Yet leadership is a more complicated beast and the path to get there can often be littered with obstacles we inadvertently put in our own way. Self-sabotage in those aspiring to become leaders and even those already occupying leadership roles, is not an uncommon phenomenon, but can severely limit your success.
This story appeared in the Term 1 2018 edition of LeadershipEd.