How would you feel if, for the last 10 years, you had no feedback on your leadership at work? As one friend responded “I prefer to live in ignorant bliss that I am a managerial genius.” Tempting to think that, isn’t it.

As the CEO of a startup and now rapidly growing early stage company, I really haven’t had any leadership feedback since starting co-founding Embrace back in 2003. The feedback has tended towards either the company  (“find the magic distribution channel and then we’ll invest” or “grow fast but profitably”) or our company results (“xxx job” with xxx being “great” or “disappointing”, paradoxically sometimes in the same year) rather than something I personally can use in my leadership role.

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