When a leader says “Help me.” It’s not weakness, but a sign of maturity.
Mature leaders know they can’t do it by themselves. They are not insecure, but instead, they allow others to fill in, to complement, or even to take charge of tasks they know they can’t do themselves.
“Who gets the credit?” It doesn’t matter. Good leaders are purpose-driven, not popularity-driven. In fact, they are prone to make unpopular choices or decisions all the time.
I’m privileged to have known two men who do this well. They’re both leaders in their own field or calling. And this September, it’s an honor for me to speak with them
If you’re free this coming September 14, I hope you could join us too. For sure this will be fun! More details here: http://tinyurl.com/jumpstartevent