Re, previous post: what if you feel guilty at home and at work? Can you be great at both? According to Dr. Flynn (article here), people who feel guilty at work are more likely to be perceived as excellent leaders.
But will all that dedication to work make it difficult to give your all at home too? This is something I have not reconciled -- and it's why I work part time!
I need your advice on this folks. What is the balance between being an excellent leader at work and excellent leader at home?