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Leaders Build Other Leaders

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There is a profound truth about leadership that often gets overlooked. People have long believed that leadership is about setting direction, making decisions, and giving orders. And while there is some truth in this, leadership is much more than this. We know that our culture is guided by leaders and our teams help us evolve that culture.

As Simon Sinek said, “The greatest contribution of a leader is to make others leaders.”

And while we know the strategic role of a leader, it’s also about empowering others, helping them realize their full potential, appreciating their strengths and skills and helping them win.

And with that, it’s clear there is tremendous value in spending the time creating a culture of leadership.

Because authentic leaders know that their ability to thrive and reach their full potential is directly tied to the success of their team.

Here are some questions for you to reflect on your type of leadership:

Do I spend time building other leaders?

How do I currently engage others to build their leadership potential?

What can I do more of to support a culture of leadership?

What can I do less of that would better support a culture of leadership?

Over the last year, where did I grow and develop the most as a leader?

What has been my most memorable leadership lesson?


A Team Human Conversation

Fight workplace zombies in your organization and join Team Human! Gather a group of fellow workplace zombie hunters to discuss our most recent blog post. Use the questions below to kick start your conversation.

  1. Where did I provide value to my team this week (be specific)?

  2. What is one thing that our team needs to continue doing to promote a culture of leadership?

  3. What is one thing that our team needs to stop doing that goes against promoting a culture of leadership?


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