Most leaders think of motivation as something people should have all the time. In reality, motivation is someone’s willingness to do something that fluctuates over time.
It’s clear great leaders understand two simple things about goal setting. First, they know how important goals are because the true meaning of the word “team” means “coming together as a group to achieve a common goal.” Second, they set goals their team cares about achieving.
Unless you grew up in a place of worship or had really strong figures in your life that taught you about serving and empowering, you most likely default to management.