True Leaders Don't Create Followers, They Create More Leaders
Today's most influential businesses encourage every employee to take on leadership roles because one of your first responsibilities as a leader is to help your people become leaders.
If you are comfortable with people in your organization coming to work every day, doing the same mundane task for 5, 10, 15 years with no self-development, you are not a leader; you are an average manager at best. What separates the good leaders from the great inspirational leaders is their ability to build a leadership culture that cultivates great leaders throughout their organization.
It's not about maintaining followers; it's all about cultivating and developing a new generation of great leaders; inspired and motivated to make a difference in the lives of people they are entrusted to serve.