The leaders who do the most significant harm to an organization are the ones who think they have arrived; they stop growing, innovating, and improving. To whoever much is given, much is required, and increasing your leadership ability also increases your company's overall success. So making an effort to learn and grow will help your business in the long run. Your leadership journey will only be successful if you dedicate yourself to continual development.
You know, Roger Federer said something that stuck with me.
He said: “I always questioned myself in the best of times, even when I was world number one for many, many weeks and months in a row, at certain times during the year I said, ‘What can I improve? What do I need to change?’ Because if you don’t do anything or you do the same thing over and over again, you stay the same, and remaining the same means going backward.
According to John Maxwell, If you want to lead, you need to grow. Great Leaders are always great learners.