Great Leaders Let Others Lead | CTDP 327

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What does being a great leader mean to you? Does it mean taking charge and telling others what to do and how to do it? On this episode of “Crushing the Day,” your perception of that form of leadership will be challenged. 

 

Drewbie shares the wisdom he’s gained from a book by Joko Willink called “The Dichotomy Of Leadership ''...and it says this: The best leaders know when to sit back and let others lead themselves. When we are in “take charge” mode, we limit the opportunity for those around us to let their gifts be of use and to see their talent shine.

 

When we allow our team to make their own decisions and come up with their own ideas, everybody wins. A good leader will listen to what others have to say, and help fill in the gaps when necessary with the wisdom they’ve previously gained. Tune in to learn more about how you can lead your team to real success. 

 

What You’ll Learn:

  • How a good leader only steps in to help a process become more efficient. 
  • Why letting your team take the credit for their achievements is important. 
  • That a good leader has wisdom and the courage to step in and take responsibility.

Favorite Quote:

To become a great leader you have to lead others lead themselves.” 

—Drewbie Wilson

 

 

How to get involved

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