It requires effort, but

It requires effort, but fortunately, the circle of learning is virtuous. 

Leaders who are humble and empathetic will be open to criticism about their personal biases, and greater self-insight into personal limitations prompt greater humility, empathy, and perspective-taking. 

Not only are these behaviors critical for leaders’ personal development, but they also serve to make others feel more included along the way. 

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