I have found 4 common leadership fears in my informal survey of local business leaders. These fears are Criticism, Making Bad Decisions, Responsibility and Public Speaking. So, if you are a leader who is sensative to hearing about your shortcomings, request anonymous feedback from your team. Making bad decisions is the best and worst thing to happen to you. With practice, meaning, the more mistakes you make, the better you will get in making good decisions in chaotic situations. This is one of the most powerful skills you can develop. It can be daunting when so much rests on your final say. But having the right people around will help you lead effectively. As far as public speaking, just like anything else, repetition overcomes fear. So, the more you speak in front of an audience, the more confident you will become. Let others see your real self rather than projecting an image you want people to see. Choose to like your audience rather than worry if they will like you. If you are interested in overcoming these leadership fears, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.