Great leaders are NOT the BEST at everything. They find people who are BEST at different things and get them all on the same TEAM - Eileen Bistrisky.
According to Brian Scudamore, I've learned that strong leaders don't fight to have the first and last word. Instead, they listen to their teams, ask the right questions, and allow everyone to contribute. Rather than attempting to handle everything yourself, seek out individuals who can perform the tasks more efficiently. Once you have the right people in position, you can step back and concentrate on your strengths, such as leading your team and strategizing your company's future.
Great leaders aren't know-it-alls who constantly try to outshine everyone. 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.