According to Christine Caine, to build a strong team, you must see someone else's strength as a complement to your weakness, not a threat to your position or authority.
No one is an expert on everything; the strongest businesses are built on the smartest people – not on one person. Great leaders aren't know-it-alls who constantly try to outshine everyone. Instead, they admit when they're wrong and genuinely want to learn from others. At the end of the day, it's not about being the smartest person in the room. It's about building a team with the smartest people you can find and inspiring your people to believe in the impossible.