New Leadership Goals For The New Year | Jerry Esselstein | Ohio CPA Firm

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The year is just about over, which means you’ll soon be reflecting on all the things you managed to accomplish over the last 12 months, or maybe all the things you weren’t able to accomplish… In any case, before you set out to tackle your goals for the year ahead, you’ll want to listen to this episode for some excellent insight that will help you achieve your leadership aspirations in the year ahead. We’re bringing leadership expert, motivator, and natural entertainer Jerry Esselstein back on to tell us just how we can go about setting meaningful leadership goals for the year ahead. It’s important to be mindful of your KSAs – your Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities – when you approach goal setting. How adaptive are you in complementing your weaknesses, and how skilled are you in taking advantage of your strengths? | Listen now

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