One of the hallmark traits of great leaders is their ability to build great teams with the expertise to help the organization achieve its vision and, in the process, fulfilled its purpose. These leaders have the wisdom to give their team the freedom to produce great work because it makes no sense recruiting the best and micromanaging their work.
It's counterproductive; it will affect the morale of your team and, in the process, create a very dysfunctional place to work. When you have a great group of people who are passionate, inspired, and motivated to make a difference, give them the freedom to work, create an environment that allows them to become the very best version of themselves.
When leaders recognize that they don't have to be the smartest person in the room, these are the companies that consistently pull offinnovative or heroic feats in business because so many of the people who work there are given the freedom to make it happen.
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