Leaders who can inspire others to achieve are a rare breed. But in times of crisis, they are necessary to help their organizations past the dark times and, more importantly, shine a light and help show others how to follow that light to prosperity. “A leader’s job is to look into the future and see the organization, not as it is,” as Jack Welch once said, “but as it should be.”
Leaders are not futurists per se, but they can see potential where others see roadblocks. But, more importantly, they surround themselves with competent people who can make the impossible possible.
Credits: John Baldoni