What does it mean to be a leader who leads from a place humble privilege vs. a place of perceived right?
Many leaders seem to forget that leading others more than anything else should be held in reverence. Being the leader means that you have been placed in a position to serve others.
Too many times, I have seen leaders duck and cover, throw their people under the bus, throw their positional weight around, and instead of leading from a place of service, lead from a place of ego when things get rough.
You are privileged to be in a position where you can direct, shape, and focus people’s potential to a specific result. When you are given the responsibility to lead, you are given an awesome opportunity to influence the lives of many people positively; a responsibility you should never take for granted.
Credits: The Golden Rule of Leadership: Leading Others is a Privilege Not a Right (and My Challenge to You) by Milo Sindell
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