Chris Paul teaches us all an incredible lesson about leadership that leaders don’t always win, but they always bring out the best in others.
What this high-potential front line manager described is a macro challenge faced daily by not just him many leaders. The reality of the situation is that he didn’t have to choose one or the other. He had to commit to both. As a leader, he is responsible for the people who are responsible for the results.
In today’s fast-paced, content-saturated world, who you choose to follow is massively important to your development as a leader.