“Leadership is the ability to get extraordinary achievement from ordinary people.” -Brian Tracy
So far in this series I have discussed the qualities of a leader, how to get others to believe in your goal, and how to get the best results out of those who follow you. The final two posts will discuss the obligations a leader has to others and to themselves. With the power you are trusted with as a leader comes great responsibility. In order to maintain your leadership role, you must assist in improving those you lead. Previously I contended that having others work with you to achieve a common goal will multiply your efforts. This step is where your efforts begin to gain exponential results.
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