Great Leaders Don’t Tell You What to Do

Great Leaders Don’t Let You Know What You Should Do
In many cases, people become managers because they solve issues better than others. And problems solvers can be instead proud about telling others on how to implement solutions they have discovered. While being a problem solver are a normal path to management, it really is a trap. For people managers who move to senior administration, being the best problem solver can become aggravating, especially if you’re the CEO. Therefore, the maximum managers have strong leadership abilities. They truly are mission driven and empower their people to solve dilemmas.

In past articles, We discussed the transformation that occurs to find the best leaders. They transform from problem solvers to problem creators. To phrase it differently, leadership is compensated to deliberately create issues for other people to solve. For most, this is certainly counterintuitive. Why? In school, we’re trained to think as …