#1. Forgetting who serves who. Leaders serve others so others can serve others. It’s easy to begin thinking the people around you are there to serve you. Repeat to yourself, “I’m here to bring out the best in others.” #2. Blaming rather than taking ownership. The first question real leaders ask when someone under-performs is, […]
via The 7 Biggest Blunders of The Experienced Leader — Leadership Freak
I had a client saying just today that organizational charts are written upside down. That leaders, bosses, managers, if they are good, serve their group. They take care of their people and see that the people have what they need. Only in this way will they have both the highest productivity and the loyalty from their group. I agree. Once again Dan Rockwell has said it well — and succinctly.