Not all leaders have a perfect path from inception to glory. There are books, blogs, countless keynotes and movies filled with money-making stories of leaders overcoming failure.
If a leader learns from mistakes made, then leadership skills can evolve, grow, and flourish.
Waiting My Turn
Like many others at my current company where I have spent the last 20 years, my role as a formal leader has increasingly been reduced. As the economy fails to recover and Baby Boomers can’t afford to retire, the heaviness at the top grows continually larger resulting in crowding in the upper layers.
Talented potential leaders are stuck below the next rung on the ladder and competition at the top breeds a cut throat “survival of the fittest” culture.
If you work for a large corporation, have you noticed this same trend?
In the “balanced world,” these great leaders would be successfully managing big teams…
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